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    about resigning

    I told Jeff that Catherine had resigned from the company.

    1-"I suppose she will regret it bitterly," he said about her resigning.

    2-"I suppose she will regret it bitterly," he said about resigning.


    3-"That was a big mistake," he said about her resigning.


    4-"That was a big mistake," he said about resigning.


    Are sentences 2 and 4 acceptable?
    Can they be used instead of 1 and 3 respectively?

    Gratefully,
    Navi.

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    Re: about resigning

    Quote Originally Posted by navi tasan View Post
    I told Jeff that Catherine had resigned from the company.

    1-"I suppose she will regret it bitterly," he said about her resigning.

    2-"I suppose she will regret it bitterly," he said about resigning.


    3-"That was a big mistake," he said about her resigning.


    4-"That was a big mistake," he said about resigning.


    Are sentences 2 and 4 acceptable?
    Can they be used instead of 1 and 3 respectively?

    Gratefully,
    Navi.
    No.

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