What's the deference between:
He is bent over the desk ./ He bends over the desk.
The teacher gets him bent over the desk. / The teacher gets him to bend over the desk.
Originally Posted by ronmecer
What's the difference between:
He is bent over the desk = This describes the position he is already in when the sentence starts.
He bends over the desk = This tells you the physical act which he performs during the sentence.
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