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    #1

    Look at that breaking windows

    This grammar practice labels it as wrong, but "breaking" seems to mean an action by the windows on its own accord. Why can't it make sense?

    118-b3)Look at that breaking windows (X)
    Last edited by keannu; 11-Oct-2013 at 00:28.

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    Re: Look at that breaking windows

    By the time anybody uttered those words, there would be nothing to look at.

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