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    She is nervous about us travelling alone. She is nervous about our travelling alone

    1. She is nervous about us traveling alone.

    2. She is nervous about our traveling alone


    So sentence 1 sounds natural to me and grammatical.

    I'm wondering if sentence 2 is possible - if you native speakers say also like 2.

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    #2

    Re: She is nervous about us travelling alone. She is nervous about our travelling al

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha View Post
    1. She is nervous about us traveling alone.

    2. She is nervous about our traveling alone


    So sentence 1 sounds natural to me and grammatical.

    I'm wondering if sentence 2 is possible - if you native speakers say also like 2.

    ;;
    They are both correct.

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