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I'm starting to get angry? #1 (permalink) Thu Jul 01, 2010 16:22 pm   I'm starting to get angry?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #185 "Verb Tense Practice (2)", question 2

I am ......... to get angry. How many times do I have to explain my position?

(a) start
(b) starts
(c) starting
(d) started

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #185 "Verb Tense Practice (2)", answer 2

I am starting to get angry. How many times do I have to explain my position?

Correct answer: (c) starting
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I'm starting to get angry? #2 (permalink) Thu Jul 01, 2010 16:36 pm   I'm starting to get angry?
 

(C) 'starting' is the correct answer.
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I'm starting to get angry? #3 (permalink) Thu May 05, 2011 16:39 pm   I'm starting to get angry?
 

Dear Sir/Madam

Could you explain me, when we are going to say "I am starting to get angry".

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I'm starting to get angry? #4 (permalink) Thu May 05, 2011 17:39 pm   I'm starting to get angry?
 

You use the phrase when you feel that you are getting angry. By the way, your sentence should read 'Could you explain to me....'

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I'm starting to get angry? #5 (permalink) Thu May 05, 2011 20:14 pm   I'm starting to get angry?
 

Hello Torsten Could you please solve my problem , here you can see my question :) http://www.english-test.net/forum/sutra358970.html#358970
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I'm starting to get angry? #6 (permalink) Thu May 05, 2011 20:21 pm   I'm starting to get angry?
 

Hi Mr.Torzen,
Thank you very much for your explanation and the correction.
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