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TREATING/ACTING/BEHAVİNG You are treating me bad.

You are behaving me bad.

You are acting me bad.

Are these all correct?If so What is the difference between these 3 words? Which one of them we should use in this expression?

Oct 7, 2018 11:23 PM
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"You are treating me badLY " is correct. Besides the difference in meanings of these words ,"To treat" is the only transitive verb of the three. Thus it requires an object ("me"). 'To behave' and 'to act'are intransitive, and thus can't be paired with an object.
October 7, 2018
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