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I was about to + (verb) 

While expressing 'I was going to' you are illuminating somebody that you would accomplish something, however, another occasion kept you from doing it. It is like 'I am going to' yet the distinction is that you won't do it anymore. Since you won't do it anymore, it turns into a past occasion. That is the reason we utilize 'was' rather than 'am'
Here is a case conversion station to enable you to get it.
A: Hi Mike. I have to ask you for some help.
B: Hey Bob. What do you require?

A: Can you drive me to the advantageous store? My auto is in the shop and we truly need to get drain.
B: Sure. I can do that.
A: Were you trying to something? I would prefer not to trouble you.
B: I was about to watch a film, yet that can pause.
For this situation, he can't state, "I am going to watch a film" since he won't watch it since he needs to drive his companion. You utilize "I was going to" when you won't accomplish something instantly on account of some other occasion.
Here are some Example:-
"I was about to go out."
"I was about to go to supper."
"I was about to go to bed."
"I was about to go to work."
"I was about to state a similar thing."
"I was about to call you."
 "I was about to cut my grass."
"I was about to sit in front of the TV."

I don't have time to + (verb) 

 The word 'don't' is a constriction of the words 'don't.' When including 'have room schedule-wise to' you are essentially expressing that you have different commitments and every single other thing considered must pause.
Here are some Example:-
"I don't have  time  to clarify."
"I don't have  time to eat."
"I don't have  time to work out."
"I don't have  time to watch my most loved TV appear."
"I don't have  time to talk."
You can likewise utilize the expression 'I don't' to express things you don't care for, things you don't comprehend, or things you don't do.
Here are some Example:-
"I don't eat meat."
"I don't care for the rain."
"I don't comprehend Spanish."
"I don't comprehend what you are stating."
"I don't care for alarming motion pictures."
"I don't care for sports."

I'd rather + (verb

'I'd' is a compression of the words 'I had' or 'I would.'
When utilizing it with the word 'rather' you are recommending you might want to do or favor one thing more than another.
Here are some Example:-
"I'd rather discuss this later."
"I'd jump at the chance to eat at home than go get drive-thru food."
"I'd preferably ski than snowboard."
"I'd preferably remain late than coming in early tomorrow."
"I'd rather handle the issue myself."
"I had preferably go home than remain out past the point of no return."
"I had rather tune in to my folks or get in a bad position."
"I would preferably practice than sit on the sofa throughout the day."
"I would rather total my assignment early."
"I would rather know the appropriate response."

I feel like + (verb-ing) 

Here you are communicating with somebody something you would appreciate doing.
Here are some Example:-
"I feel like for going for a bicycle ride."
"I  feel like for setting off to the shoreline."
"I  feel like for having a tidbit."
"I  feel like for talking."
"I  feel like for moving."
"I  feel like for having companions over to my home."
"I  feel like  for staring at the TV."
By including 'don't' or 'don't' you can change what you are starting to express something you would not appreciate or express a worry about something.
Here are some Example:-
"I don't feel like  leaving yet."
"I don't feel like  clarifying."
"I don't  feel like going to bed."
"I don't feel like great discussing it."
"I don't feel like we are going the correct way."

I was busy + (verb-ing) 

When utilizing the word 'was', you are alluding to something in a previous tense or something that occurred previously. Consolidating it with the word 'occupied' you can express something that was possessing you in a past time.
Here are some Example:-
"I was  busy with considering."
"I was  busy with working."
"I was  busy with cooking supper."
"I was  busy with chatting on the telephone."
"I was  busy with cleaning the house."
"I was  busy  with concentrate for my test."
"I was  busy  with considering thoughts for our site."
"I was  busy  with engaging our neighbors."
"I was  busy  with finishing my housework."
"I was  busy  with adopting new things."
By evolving 'was' to 'am' you change your message from past tense to current state and allude to something you are doing 'now.'
Here are some Example:-
"I am  busy with working."
"I am  busy with cooking supper."
"I am  busy with concentrate for my test."
"I am  busy with finishing housework."
"I am  busy with chatting on the telephone."

I can't help + (verb-ing) 

The word 'can't' is withdrawal for 'can not' Combined with 'help' you are conveying something you can't control or experiencing considerable difficulties picking up a grip for. This can be a physical or mental activity.
Here are some Example:-
"I can't help considering it."
"I can't  help shopping to such an extent."
"I can't  help working constantly."
"I can't  help grinning when I see her."
"I can't  help eating to such an extent."
"I can't  help cherishing you."
"I cannot  help gnawing my nails when I am anxious."
"I can not  help smoking when I have been drinking."
"I can't  help feeling so pitiful."
"I can't  help recollecting the things you did."
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