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    I get dizzy (from, by) just watching

    It's me again.

    Is it right to say "I get dizzy just watching" or should I use prepositions "from" or "by" and say "I get dizzy from just watching" or "I get dizzy by just watching"?

    Thank you.

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    Re: I get dizzy (from, by) just watching

    You could use either of those prepositions, or none at all.

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