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    #1

    Unhappy Him seeing me was

    1. Please teach me if using "Him seeing me " as a subject is correct, like [Him seeing me was ...]. Is this the same as "His seeing me" and the casual way ?.

    2. Writing like "..., him seeing me" is omission of with from [, with him seeing me]
    and the same meaning ?
    Last edited by Chiyokz; 15-Nov-2009 at 14:50. Reason: minor correction

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    #2

    Re: Him seeing me was

    It is said that way, but it sounds clumsy compared to "His seeing me..."

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    #3

    Red face Re: Him seeing me was

    Thank you the suggestion. I feel clear. and from now on I can understand the meaning when I see them, but I will not write the expression.

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