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Johnson cannot be a race car driver. He is too tall.
I have joined the sentences in three ways as follows. Please let me know which one is correct. Thanks.
1. Johnson cannot be a race car driver because of his height.
2, Johnson cannot be a race car driver because of his being too tall.
3. Johnson cannot be a race car driver because of him being too tall.
If none of them is correct, could you please let me know the correct way to do it?
Many thanks, Bhaisahab, for your prompt replies to my two posts.
...or you could invert the two ideas and say 'John is too tall to be a racing car driver'. (In Br Eng I think 'racing car' is more common than the more American 'race car driver.... Other teachers may think differently though.)