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He plays his MP3 player in the library. I don't appreciate that.

While not being sure, I just guess it should be like below:

I do not appreciate his playing his MP3 player in the library.

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    Yes, that is correct. Jul 5 '20 at 12:48
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The sentence

I do not appreciate his playing his MP3 player in the library.

is grammatically correct, although the first use of the possessive pronoun his may be considered out-of-place if the sentence is spoken rather than written (see these related questions). Especially in modern spoken English, the following sentence may sound more natural:

I do not appreciate him playing his MP3 player in the library.

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