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    #1

    She reproached her husband for

    She reproached her husband for not having told her about his commerce loses.

    Would it be wrong if the sentence was:

    She reproached her husband for not telling her about his commerce loses?

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    Re: She reproached her husband for

    Quote Originally Posted by Volcano1985 View Post
    She reproached her husband for not having told her about his commerce loses.

    Would it be wrong if the sentence was:

    She reproached her husband for not telling her about his commercial loses?
    Yes, that sentence is alright.

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    #3

    Re: She reproached her husband for

    So, using of perfect gerund is optional?

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