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    #1

    Mind

    Hello, again!

    how is it going?

    I still have another question about the verb īmind'.

    If I use several sentences, one followed by another...

    Do I need to repeat the pronoun?

    i mean...

    E.X. I donīt mind your going out ītill late,
    YOUR throwing my clothes on the floor,
    YOUR leaving the room in a mess...

    Do I need to repeat that 'your' or Just I
    need to begin with the -ing verbal form?
    Like this:


    E.X. I donīt mind your going out ītill late,
    throwing my clothes on the floor,
    leaving the room in a mess...

    Is it correct?


    Thanks a lot!

    All the best.

    Jesús

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    #2

    Re: Mind

    You don't need to repeat the pronoun.

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