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Hi one of my students likes " beatboxing ". Can you make a verb of that word? Can you say : I beatbox with friends or would you more likely say : I practise beatboxing with friends..
Thanks for any help
  • Uncle Jack

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    British English
    "Beatbox" is a verb, but it seems to be used only in the to-infinitive ("to beatbox", following some other verb), and possibly in the present participle (most instances of "beatboxing" I have encountered are nouns). I would probably choose to say "I practice beatboxing".
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