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    Post She helped me find a job.

    ENGLISH HELP!!! Please help me whether these sentences are grammatically correct.?

    First Case

    1. She helped me find a job.
    2. She helped me finding a job.
    3. She helped me in finding a job.

    Which of the above sentences are grammatically correct or all three are correct ??

    Second Case

    1. I was helping you find a job.
    2. I was helping you finding a job.
    3. I was helping you in finding a job.

    Which of the above sentences are grammatically correct or all three are correct ??

    Thanks in advance to all of the users.

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    Re: She helped me find a job.

    I have changed your title. Please read the following:

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    'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'

    Quote Originally Posted by Rahul9899 View Post
    ENGLISH HELP!!! Unnecessary. Please tell me whether these sentences are grammatically correct. ? It's not a question.

    First Case

    1. She helped me find a job.

    2. She helped me finding a job. Wrong.
    3. She helped me in finding a job.

    Which of the above sentences are grammatically correct or are all three are correct? Use only one question mark.

    Second Case

    1. I was helping you find a job.

    2. I was helping you finding a job. Wrong.

    3. I was helping you in finding a job.

    Which of the above sentences are grammatically correct or are all three are correct?

    Thanks in advance to all of the users. Unnecessary. Just click 'Like' when you get a useful answer.

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    Re: She helped me find a job.

    You can also say "She helped me to find a job" and "She helped me with finding a job".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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