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    I'm just getting about finishing up right now.

    Hi everyone,

    I heard these words on YouTube. Maybe he said too fast for me to catch. I wonder myself that is it correct if I say "I'm just getting about to finish up right now." or "I'm just getting about finishing up right now." either in grammar or in conversation?

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    Re: I'm just getting about finishing up right now.

    Neither is correct. Perhaps the words were I'm just about getting ready to finish up right now.

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