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1. The doctor advised me to take 3 pills a day.
2. The doctor advised taking 3 pills a day.
3. The doctor advised my taking 3 pills a day.
4. The doctor advised me taking 3 pills a day.
I wonder if 3 and 4 are grammatical. Of course 1 and 2 are perfect sentences and what if we put 'me' or 'my' before 'taking' as a subject of the gerund?
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