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Hassan
"He is bagging me to pet him" or " he is bagging to be petted" if neither are please put suggestion Witch one is more natural 
Apr 16, 2018 7:44 PM
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Change bagging to begging

Both would be grammatically correct with a small difference in context


"He is begging me to pet him"
You, just yourself are being asked to pet him

"He is begging to be petted"
He wants to be petted by anyone.


"Bagging" is used for examples as "He is bagging (packing) my groceries" or to place items into a bag.

April 16, 2018
In terms of context, begging is the correct word that you are looking to use. Bagging is used for placing items into a bag. Or in slang in Southern California for giving someone a hard time.
April 16, 2018

What exactly is the context?  Are you talking about your dog?  Do you mean begging instead of bagging?  Give us a few more clues, please.


If you mean your dog, and the sentences are supposed to be like this:

He is begging me to pet him.

He is begging to be petted.

then they are both fine sentences.  The first one means that the dog wants you to pet him.  The second one means that the dog doesn't care who pets him, as long as somebody does.


April 16, 2018
Yes i am talking about my dog
April 16, 2018
Hassan
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