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  1. wotcha22
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    She helped me to do/ do/ doing my homework.

    1. She helped me to do my homework.

    2. She helped me do my homework.

    3. She helped me doing my homework.

    4. She helped my homework done.


    1 and 2 are grammatical, and I wonder about the others.


    Thanks.

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    Re: She helped me to do/ do/ doing my homework.

    They are not.

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    Re: She helped me to do/ do/ doing my homework.

    Quote Originally Posted by wotcha22 View Post
    She helped me doing my homework.
    According to my Oxford dictionary, "in" should be added before "doing".

    Not a teacher.

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