Posted by **John** on Thursday, June 18, 2009 at 12:12am.

1. He got up early and he got ready for the game.

2. He got up early, getting ready for the game.

3. He got up early and got ready for the game.

4. He got up early getting ready for the game.

(What about those changes? Which of them are grammatical?)

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