gerunds and possesion

Subject: gerunds and possesion
From: Kip Dale <kipd -at- SOFTLAW -dot- COM -dot- AU>
Date: Tue, 20 Aug 1996 15:35:50 +1000

Rebecca M. Phillips asks about using a possesive with a gerund. I
have a feeling that this may be an example of language's changing
character (Ha...I knew I could do it).

I'm usually pretty good with spotting "incorrect" usage. I had to look
twice to find the "offending" passage. And now, my example looks
odd to me. Anyone else??


Kip Dale
Training Manager (and general all purpose guy)
nanabelles
kipd -at- softlaw -dot- com -dot- au
http://www.softlaw.com.au/nanabelles

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