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    #1

    Miss out and missing out

    Hi there,
    Can you shed a light on the difference on when to use
    miss out and missing out.
    For example when should I say "1. you shouldn't be missing out on the game
    And "2. you shouldn't miss out on the game".
    Hint: someone told me if the game is in progress you use the first sentence and if the game
    Hasn't started yet, you use the second sentence.

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    #2

    Re: Miss out and missing out

    I would agree with "someone".

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    #3

    Re: Miss out and missing out

    Thank you (:

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