While watching the film Django Unchained I came across the phrase (I paraphrased it to make a direct word order).
I insist that you shake my hand.
But I'm curious if I can paraphrase it in the following ways:
I insist on you to shake my hand
I insist on your shaking my hand
Are they all correct and mean the same?
I've also heard people use objective instead of possessive in sentences with the same grammar as in the last one, but I'm not sure what is the difference.