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    Question Needing Water

    "The marathon runner was getting thirsty and needing water."

    Is the above grammar correct?
    Thanks.

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    Re: Needing Water

    Yes, it is just fine, but it is more natural to say,

    He is getting thirsty and needs water.

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    Re: Needing Water

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    "The marathon runner was getting thirsty and needing water."
    Is the above grammar correct?
    Thanks.
    It's correct but you could also say;
    The marathon runner was getting thirsty and needed water
    or
    The marathon runner was getting thirsty and in need of water.

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