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I'm + (verb) 

'I'm' is a withdrawal of the words 'I am.' By adding a verb to 'I'm' this gives you a chance to express an activity or event about yourself.
Here are Some Examples:-
"I'm having lunch."
"I'm brushing my teeth."
"I'm terrified."
"I'm heading to work."
"I'm crying."
"I'm composing an email."
"I'm cooking supper."
"I'm brushing my hair."
"I'm hanging a photo."
"I am messaging."
"I am moving."
"I am occupied with the activity."
"I am working out."
"I am miserable."
"I am learning."

I'm getting 

When joining the words 'I am' and 'getting' you are telling somebody 'you' are picking up ownership, being influenced by or have plans to search out and get a specific thing.
Here are Some Examples:-
"I'm showing signs of improvement."
"I'm preparing for bed."
"I'm getting a tooth throb."
"I'm getting cool."
"I'm getting hitched."
"I'm getting worn out."
"I'm getting the hang of perusing."
"I'm getting another auto."
"I'm landing a position."
"I'm getting a pup."

I'm in/at/on 

Portrays an activity you are doing.
Most regularly, you would utilize the word 'in' when entering a physical area, for example, a room or a building.
Here are Some Examples:-
"I'm in the shower."
"I'm in the anteroom."
"I'm in an auto."
"I'm in a house."
"I'm in a school."
Utilizing the word 'at' helps tell somebody where you as of now are. The distinction amongst 'at' and 'in' is that the physical area in general. 
Here are Some Examples:-
"I'm at the basic supply."
"I'm at the shopping center."
"I'm at the specialist's office."
"I'm at the recreation center."
"I'm at the airplane terminal."
Notwithstanding, now and again you can use 'at' and 'in' conversely.
Here are Some Examples:-
"I'm at the shopping center."
"I'm in the shopping center."
"I'm at the recreation center."
"I'm in the recreation center."
"I'm at the basic supply."
"I'm in the basic supply."
Utilizing the word 'on' is alluding to a non-physical area, for example, your opportunity being used by something unique. 
Here are Some Examples:-
"I'm on the telephone."
"I'm on my PC."
"I'm on a transport."

I'm + Action

'I'm' is a shortened form for the word 'I AM.' It is utilized as a part of the mix with different words to enlighten somebody regarding yourself or to depict something you are doing.
Here are Some Examples:-:
"I'm so worn out."
"I'm befuddled."
"I'm glad."
"I'm twenty-three years of age."
"I'm ravenous."
"I'm apprehensive."
"I'm energized."
"I'm leaving work."
"I'm parched."
"I'm from Seattle."
You can likewise include distinct words with 'I'm, for example,
"I'm to a great degree tired."
"I'm extremely upbeat."
"I'm unpleasantly ravenous."
"I am super energized."
"I'm extremely apprehensive."

I'm great at 

Once more, 'I'm' is utilized here as 'I am.' 'Great at' educates somebody what you exceed expectations at and are open to doing.
Here are Some Examples:-
"I'm great at drawing."
"I'm great at computer games."
"I'm great at swimming."
"I'm great at driving."
"I'm great at perusing."
"I'm great at sports."
"I'm great at composing."
"I'm great at math."
"I'm great at moving."
"I'm great at chess."
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