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Dear teachers...

Are these sentences OK?

1) Is my knowing that someone weaker beat you up bothering you?
2) Does the fact that I know someone weaker beat you up annoy you?
3) Is it annoying to know that I know someone weaker beat you up?

Thank you!
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They are all grammatically correct and semantically confusing: all right in spoken English but should be recast in written work.
Could you give an example?

Thank you
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How about giving it a try yourself first? You know what part has to be changed.
I would of if I could of. Sentence 2 is the best I can do.Emotion: smile
Try passive voice for 'beat up', then.
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You were annoyed by the fact that I know that someone weaker beat you up.

Are you annoyed by the that I know that someone weaker beat you up?

Hmmm
Hi,

They are OK.

Clive
Grammatically they are all correct, though a bit confusing.
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