in spite of doing sth / in spite of one's doing sth
Look at these two senetences...
'In spite of studying hard he failed to pass the exam'
'In spite of his studying hard he failed to pass the exam'
and please tell me whether there is any diffrence in meaning between them and whether the second one is gramatically correct?
Big thanks in advance! :)
Re: in spite of doing sth / in spite of one's doing sth
In spite of something.
Originally Posted by liamsaleh
Both your sentences are correct.
To me they are equal in meaning.