Could you explain me?
I came across below setences in my English book.
I want to make sure the sentence "I get off the phone feeling ashamed" grammatically.
I think "I get off the phone feeling ashamed" means to "I feel ashamed when I get off the phone."
Am I right?
If I am, why do they use it like that?
I mean why did they use Verb + ing form?
Is it related to "gerund"
Could you help me?
Thank you very much
Australia is definitely a wealthy country, but we don't have very good internet infrastructure,
and every time it rains, my internet drops out.
I call the help desk which is a local number,
but my call is answered by a friendly guy in a developing country.
Just hearing his accent makes me feel like my internet dropping out is just a so-called 'first world problem'
and if he makes excuses to me and I get a bit angry,
I get off the phone feeling ashamed,
even though I am paying for good service.