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    #1

    We deny them/ their access to good educational opportunities.

    1. We deny them access to good educational opportunities.

    2. We deny their access to good educational opportunities.


    Which one is grammatical?

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    #2

    Re: We deny them/ their access to good educational opportunities.

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha View Post
    1. We deny them access to good educational opportunities.

    2. We deny their access to good educational opportunities.


    Which one is grammatical?
    They are both grammatical, I wouldn't use #2.

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