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Are these correct?

(a) I'm afraid there aren't any chairs. I hope you don't mind lending me a chair.
I'm afraid there aren't any chairs. I hope you don't mind sharing your chair.

(b) It was a lovely day. I suggested going for swimming.

(c) It was a lovely day. I suggested swimming.

(d) I'm not feeling well. I don't fancy eating lunch.
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Hi,
(a) I'm afraid there aren't any chairs. I hope you don't mind lending me a chair. OK.

(b) It was a lovely day. I suggested going for swimming.

(c) It was a lovely day. I suggested swimming. OK

(d) I'm not feeling well. I don't fancy eating lunch. Excellent

Clive
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Vincent TeoAre these correct?

(a) I'm afraid there aren't any chairs. I hope you don't mind lending me a chair. okay
I'm afraid there aren't any chairs. I hope you don't mind sharing your chair. We probably wouldn't repeat "chair." I hope you don't mind sharing yours. To share a chair is understood as to allow me to sit with you on your chair. A chair is usually understood to be suitable for only one occupant. You might ask if you could share a bench.

(b) It was a lovely day. I suggested going for swimming.(or "going for a swim.")

(c) It was a lovely day. I suggested swimming.okay

(d) I'm not feeling well. I don't fancy eating lunch.okay