Is "I'm getting to forget about him" correct? Or does it mean that someone tries not to forget but he/she does it like when the time pass? I'm really curious, so please help.
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closed as unclear what you're asking by MετάEd, Hellion, StoneyB, Matt E. Эллен♦, choster Jun 28 '13 at 0:44
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What you wrote sounds wrong. It is very difficult, if not impossible, to construe a contextual scenario in which your sentence could possibly make any sense. Here, however, is one such:
This doesn't sound correct, although I can think of a few phrases that support this grammatical structure:
Even so, most phrases with "get+to" are typically followed by a noun.
I would reword the phrase if I were you.