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Sarahd8
 
Sat 30 Jan, 2021 05:38 am
Hi, just a short English grammar question.
can I say: "my boyfriend objectifying me" or do I have to add "is" to the sentence
("my boyfriend is objectifying me")
Thanks in advanced
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hightor
 
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Sat 30 Jan, 2021 10:08 am
@Sarahd8,
"My boyfriend is objectifying me" is correct.
Sarahd8
 
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Sat 30 Jan, 2021 10:37 am
@hightor,
thanks Smile
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MurrayYvonne
 
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Tue 23 Mar, 2021 02:52 am
"Please tell me what books and sources you use to study grammar, perhaps you can give some advice. "

Oxford Modern English Grammar by Bas Aarts. Oxford Dictionaries.
izzythepush
 
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Tue 23 Mar, 2021 03:22 am
@MurrayYvonne,
I’ve reported that poster for spamming. There’s plenty of websites out there that deal with grammar.
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