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    Default object to you or your

    Teacher, which is correct?

    1) I object to you taking my books without my permission.

    2) I object to your taking my books without my permission.

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    Default Re: object to you or your

    Formally speaking, and to be 100% correct, "your".

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    Default Re: object to you or your

    Quote Originally Posted by a_vee View Post
    Formally speaking, and to be 100% correct, "your".
    No. There are arguments for both forms.

    It doesn't really matter, thomas. I am afraid that whichever form you choose, somebody will tell you that you are wrong.
    Please do not edit your question after it has received a response. Such editing can make the response hard for others to understand.


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