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- Dear Teachers,

1. I'm changing clothes.

2. I'm getting dressed.

- Are these the same meaning and natural?

Thanks very much to Teachers,

Stevenukd.
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"I'm changing clothes" sounds very odd. I might say, I'm getting changed, which would mean, I'm getting ready for something by changing from the clothes I have on, to what I will be wearing, say, to go out for the night.
If someone in the house said, Terry, where are you/what are you doing? I would reply, I'm getting changed, or, I'm getting dressed for work.
Hope that helps.
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Well, in the UK, you "move house" which sounds odd to us, and in the US, we change our clothes.
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They are natural, but sometimes a little different. Changing clothes is usually from one set of clothing to another; getting dressed is often from pajamas to clothes.
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