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    appreciate + ing

    which is the correct expression:
    "I would appreciate you doing sth" or
    "I would appreciate your doing sth" ?

    thanks a lot!

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    Post Re: appreciate + ing

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    which is the correct expression:
    "I would appreciate you doing sth" or
    "I would appreciate your doing sth" ?

    thanks a lot!
    By Cambridge dictionary - I opt for I would appreciate your doing something.

    Cambridge Dictionaries Online - Cambridge University Press

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    Re: appreciate + ing

    I think ( I would appreciate your doing something) is the correct one.

    asmaa

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    Re: appreciate + ing

    Does it depend on what he appreciates? The person or the action?

    queenbu-NOT an English teacher

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