I am new here. English is my main language. I would say grammar and syntax are areas that I have to work on.
Anyway, the following question has been bugging me for a while. I was writing an email to one of my friends saying,
Soup & Clark. Thanks for your clarifications. I was actually leaning towards I appreciate your bringing this to my notice. myself. Thanks for validating that.
From the replies above I gather that both sentences are grammatically correct.
So, usage depends on context. If I wanted to address the person I would use , if I wanted to address the action performed by the person I would use , right?
I guess I am trying to understand why one sentence is the standard and the other not, when it's actually the context that decides usage.