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Hello,
Woman kept secret from his husband in the past and tells this to a reporter.she says?

"I don't want my husband heard this?" or " I don't want my husband hear this"

which one is correct

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sunsailHello,
A woman kept a secret from her husband in the past ...
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You could possibly use the -ing form of the verb in your sentence:

- I did not want him hearing this.
sunsail subject+verb+object pronoun + verb infinitive/gerund(verb+ ing)
sunsail" I did not want him heard this
The word "heard" is neither an infinitive nor a gerund. In the following sentence, it is a past participle:

I did not want him heard. = I did not want anyone to hear him.
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Hi

I don't want my husband to hear this.
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Suppose woman is talking to a reporter and this keeping secret happened in the past.can she say something like this?

" I did not want him heard this and still do not want to" or "I did not want him hear this and still do not want to"

I know that sometimes verbs can be used like this,I do not how it's called in grammar.

" I did not see him write" " I did not see him writing" subject+verb+object pronoun + verb infinitive/gerund(verb+ ing)

Can I say in the same way above?

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No, "want" doesn't work the way "see" or "hear" does.

I didn't see him do it.

I didn't hear her say it.

I didn't want him TO INFINITIVE.

I didn't want him to hear about it then and I don't want him to know about it now.
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