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A. I like you being who you are.
B. I like your being who you are.

C. I like you being honest.
D. I like your being honest.

1. Which of the sentences above is correct?
2. If both are possible in each set, is there any difference in meaning? formality?
3. Which is more natural between A and B, and C and D?
4. I believe sentence A is the same as saying 'I like you as who you are', though I'm not sure about C like saying 'I like you as honest'. Would you agree 'being' can be substitued with 'as'?

5. If not, how is 'being' different from 'as' in meaning?

Please help. Thanks lots.
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tile guava 956As a native speaker, the sentences may be grammatically correct, but ...

Maybe you don't realize it, but you are answering a question that was asked and answered more than ten years ago.

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