I don't like him wearing that suit.
Can't this sentence be used in two different ways?
1-meaning: "I don't like his wearing that suit." The fact that he wears it.
2-meaning: "I don' t find him attractive in that suit."
Re: like II
It could mean the second, but there would be better ways to phrase that. It most likely means the first.
Originally Posted by navi
What Mike said.
(For the second meaning it would probably be better to say: "I don't like the way he looks in that suit.")
Much better. :wink:
Originally Posted by RonBee