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    #1

    You or Your

    Between the two sentences below, I'd tend to pick #2. Am I correct? Thank you.

    1) We will meet directly at the restaurant, instead of you coming to my office first.

    2) We will meet directly at the restaurant, instead of your coming to my office first.


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    Re: You or Your

    Hi, cleung,
    Both look correct to me. But I'm not 100% sure. Well, I mean the 2nd part of each sentence looks fine. But taking the whole senteces I'm inclined to agree with you.
    Regards

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    #3

    Re: You or Your

    Quote Originally Posted by Humble
    Hi, cleung,
    Both look correct to me. But I'm not 100% sure. Well, I mean the 2nd part of each sentence looks fine. But taking the whole senteces I'm inclined to agree with you.
    Regards

    Both are correct. The first is more common in everyday speech, and the second is considered a little formal, but use either.

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