It is just your heart withering away.


A: What is happening to me?
B: It is just your heart withering away.


I saw the conversation in a movie and your heart was interpreted as a subject and withering away was interpreted as a verb, so it is okay to see them respectively as a subject and a verb?

And then, is the meaning of the sentence a present progressive or just a simple present?


Thank you so much as usual and I hope to hear from you again.

asked Jul 17 '13 at 14:12 Hans Contributor

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