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    #1

    tell me the difference please...

    1. I was getting wet while I was waiting for the bus yesterday.

    2. I got wet while I was waiting for the bus yesterday..



    Is sentence 1 correct?
    what's their difference? thanks

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    • Join Date: Sep 2003
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    #2

    Re: tell me the difference please...

    1. someone or something was causing me to get wet.

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