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Whoever objects to me going to the convention ought to state [#permalink]
21 Aug 2011, 00:35
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Whoever objects to me going to the convention ought to state his position promptly. A. Whoever objects to me B. Whomever objects to me C.Whomever objects to my D.Whoever objects to my E.Whoever has an objection to me
My teacher has told-before gerund there should be possessive pronoun & after preposition it should be object pronoun, so pls tell me what should be the answer.
Re: Possessive pronoun vs object pronoun [#permalink]
22 Aug 2011, 22:30
To express a feeling or desire, we should use possessive pronouns, so option D is correct.
Please correct me if i am wrong.
What will you say about- "He loves me." or "He loves my."
Here he is expressing his feeling, still object pronoun is used.
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