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  1. Ksenia
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    Question Gerund

    Hello!
    May I ask how the sentance 'I dont like when somebody reads me loudly' can be used in Gerund structure.
    Please, help me!
    Thanks.

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    Re: Gerund

    Hello Ksyu-k,


    Ex: I don't like being read to loudly.

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    Re: Gerund

    If you still wanted to retain when in your sentence, you could say:
    I don't like it when I am read to loudly.

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    Re: Gerund

    Quote Originally Posted by engee30 View Post
    If you still wanted to retain when in your sentence, you could say:

    I don't like it when I am read to loudly.


    That's right, engee, but Ksyu-k seems to have been tasked with using a gerund in the sentence.

    Rover

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    That's right, engee, but Ksyu-k seems to have been tasked with using a gerund in the sentence.

    Rover
    Oh, sorry - now I just don't know what I was actually reading before submitting my reply.

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