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Anonymous:She will not object to his delivering the speech as long as the speech makes sense.
I think him sounds better but my teacher said it was his, but she didn't explain why. Do you know why we should use his here and not him?
I don't like him.
I don't like his dog.
I don't like his talking during class.
Anonymous:What if it's female?
Would it be
I don't like her.
I don't like her walking to the park.
I don't like her talking during nap time.
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