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    What's this about you (are) getting married? Congratulations David! I hope I can make it to the wedding. I heard from your family that she's quite a catch.

    I have two questions.

    1.I'd like know the difference between "a" and "b".
    a. What's this about you (are) getting married?
    b. I heard that you are getting married.

    2. I'd like to know which sentence is right.
    a: What's this about you getting married?
    b: What's this about you are getting marrieed?
    Last edited by wowenglish1; 12-Jul-2007 at 02:35.

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    Re: about

    Quote Originally Posted by wowenglish1 View Post
    1.I'd like know the difference between "a" and "b".
    a. What's this about you (are) getting married?
    b. I heard that you are getting married.
    a. Please explain the situation (your getting married).
    b. I recently heard about your getting married.

    Quote Originally Posted by wowenglish1 View Post
    2. I'd like to know which sentence is right.
    a: What's this about you getting married?
    b: What's this about you are getting marrieed?
    a

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