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    Gun being fired

    "I couldn't hear the gun being fired" or "ammo nation being fired".

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    "I couldn't see him being killed".

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    Re: Gun being fired

    "I couldn't hear the gun being fired" OK if you add a period. "ammo nation being fired". No.

    "I couldn't see the glass being fallen from table". ​No.

    "I couldn't see him being killed". ​No.

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    #3

    Re: Gun being fired

    Say:


    I couldn't see the glass fall off the table.

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    Re: Gun being fired

    Tufguy, I am pretty sure that "ammunition" is the word you are looking for.

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    #5

    Re: Gun being fired

    "I could see him getting killed". What is the problem with this sentence?

    " I could see glass falling from table".

    "I could see him getting killed". What is wrong with this one?

    How to make sentence for ammunition?

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    Re: Gun being fired

    Quote Originally Posted by tufguy View Post
    "I could see him getting killed". What is the problem with this sentence?

    " I could see glass falling from table".

    "I could see him getting killed". What is wrong with this one?

    How to make sentence for ammunition?
    Tufguy, we have had enough. You have been told over and over and over again that we do not start a question with "How to". I am closing this thread. Please think long and hard about your continued use of this forum.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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