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    tomararun is offline Newbie
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    Gerund

    There is no question of my failing in the exam.Solution : my -> me
    But the Rule says : A pronoun(I) governing a Gerund(failing) should be in the Possessive case (my).So why have they used the Objective case(me)??

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    Re: Gerund

    Both 'me' and 'my' are possible.

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    Re: Gerund

    Ok thanks for clearing the doubt.

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