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  1. Offroad's Avatar
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    Interested in Language
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    Post to get to thinking about

    Dear teachers

    Am I right with the following interpretation?

    I got to thinking about what we can learn from him.

    The underlined part could be replaced with the following:

    I was thinking...
    I happened to think...

    Thank you

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    Retired English Teacher
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    Re: to get to thinking about

    No. It means 'I began thinking/to think...'

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