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    Which is correct

    Which is correct and why"The officer is accusing the individual of having committed a crime" or "The officer is accusing the individual of committing a crime"? Thanks in advance

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    Re: Which is correct

    Quote Originally Posted by fatimah0786 View Post
    Which is correct and why?

    "The officer is accusing the individual of having committed a crime" or "The officer is accusing the individual of committing a crime".

    Thanks in advance Unnecessary. Thank us after we give you helpful answers.
    They are both grammatically correct.

    Note that a better title would have been "The officer is accusing the individual". Thread titles should include some or all of the words or phrases being queried.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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