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Which is correct?

1. I hope you don't mind my asking about your weekend.
2. I hope you don't mind me asking about your weekend.

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GREA EXPLANATION!!!!

I HAVE DOUBTS IF MY SENTENCES ARE CORRECT. WHAT DO YOU THINK?

I HOPE YOU DON'T MIND (*THAT) I ASK ABOUT YOUR WEEKEND.

I HOPE YOU DON'T MIND IF I ASK ABOUT YOUR WEEKEND.
Hi Matress,

Welcome to the forums.

I don't think you realise that, on the internet, using all capital letters is the equivalent of SHOUTING whatever you are saying? I only mean this as a friendly tip.

Nona
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Hi Matress,

I think both of your sentences are fine.
RishonlyFollowing is a rule that can be applied in deciding the form of a pronoun--my or me.
In a formal writing, if a pronoun precedes a gerund, use the possessive form of the pronoun--Your/our/its/their/my...etc. For example,
(1) I hope you don't mind my asking about your weekend.
(2) The students paid their dues without my asking them.

In casual/informal usage, if a pronoun precedes a gerund, people tend to use also the objective form of the pronoun.
(3) I hope you don't mind me asking about your weekend.
(4) The students paid their dues without me asking them.

I believe the usage of possessive nouns with gerund has been a contentious topic among grammarians for a while.

Dear Rishonly,

For Basic English ONLY. Please post only easy questions and answers here.
I'm not sure that a learner at basic level would understand your answer. But, on the other hand, maybe they would! ("Never underestimate the student" a teacher trainer once said to me!)
Kind Regards
P.S. I have no quibble with your answer!
Hi TeacherBrian,

Thanks for your comment. Since the original poster of this message is an "Advanced Member" of this Forum, I thought of explaining with more details;neverthless, I agree with you.
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