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Hi

Are both a and b correct?

1.

a) Jim apologised for forgotting to call him.

b) Jim apologised that he forgot to call him.

2.

a) Mary complained of my never listening to her.

b) Mary complained that I never listen to her.

3.

a) Mrs Stamp insisted on Sarah's staying for lunch.

b) Mrs Stamp insisted that Sarah should stay for lunch.

4.

a) Mark suggested we going bowling this evening.

b) Mark suggested that we should go bowling this evening.

Thank you very much!
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These are OK:

1.

a) Jim apologised for forgotting to call him.

2.

a) Mary complained of my never listening to her.

b) Mary complained that I never listen to her.

3.

a) Mrs Stamp insisted on Sarah's staying for lunch.

b) Mrs Stamp insisted that Sarah (should) stay for lunch.

4.
a) Mark suggested our going bowling this evening.

b) Mark suggested (that) we (should) go bowling this evening.
Hi

Why is 1b) incorrect? In all the other instances "that" was OK and in this one it's not?

How about: Mr Brown accused me that I stole his wallet.

Thanks
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Only some verbs work with 'that'-clauses. Your latest is wrong, too.

Mr Brown accused me of stealing his wallet.
Mister Micawber.
Only some verbs work with 'that'-clauses. Your latest is wrong, too.

Mr Brown accused me of stealing his wallet.

or "of having stolen his wallet"

Thanks
Newguesta) Jim apologised for forgotting to call him.
Is it a typo? It should be 'forgetting'.
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Thanks Yoong, I haven't noticed that!