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In general, yes. This is a carb tuning issue. Another possibility is a vacuum leak somewhere, but most likely, it's a carb issue. You'll typically see your rpm drop a bit when you put it in gear, but that it sometimes stalls out points to a carb issue.
check the plug hole in the top of the engine, if they are full of water they are shorting the plugs before it reaches the cylinder. may also have a couple of bad coils because of it. accel coils are a good and a little cheaper and better than the factory coils.
get a spanner or hammer and tap the starter motor while starting it get someone else to start it while tapping the starter motor if no start you need a new start motor if it dos start you still may need a new starter motor if if keeps doing it over