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    #1

    gerund

    Give me a prompt , please.
    Thank you for + gerund (doing sth).
    Is it wrong of me to say "Thank you for your lending me a car." instead of "Thank you for lending me your car." ?

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    Re: gerund

    Neither is wrong. But the second is probably more accurate (unless your friend loaned you someone else's car).

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