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so a friend of mine asked me a question in how to say that "i were just about to finish up the game" but he got confused in how to say it in a colloquial sentence. so which one is the correct one ?

  • i just about to finish up the game

  • i just about to finishing up the game

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    We were... I was.... I am... We are... just about to finish up the game. They all work. None of yours do.
    – Jim
    Sep 22 '18 at 5:01
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I was just about to finish up the game

I was just about to finish the game when my friend came up and was unable to describe that I was just about to finish the game.

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