Would you mind....

Ju

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1. Would you mind changing the schedule of the class?

2. Would you mind to change the schedule of.the class?

I guess only the first one is correct because."would You mind" need to be followed by gerund.

Am I right?
 

teechar

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What do you mean by "the schedule of the class"? Are you referring to one particular class?

Also, there's a stray full stop (period) in your second sentence.

Yes, I agree that "would you mind" is usually followed by an "-ing" form.
 

Ju

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What do you mean by "the schedule of the class"? Are you referring to one particular class?

Also, there's a stray full stop (period) in your second sentence.

Yes, I agree that "would you mind" is usually followed by an "-ing" form.

Yes, I mean the particular class
 
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