The OALD says "some verbs can be used with both a noun phrase and an 'ing phrase'. The frame for this is <somebody>/<something> doing <something>. and,
(1) the noun phrase can be the object of main verb. (e.g. I watched him running) or
(2) the noun phrase and gerund together can be the object. (e.g. I hate him joking) here, him can be replaced with possessive pronoun his (I hate his joking)."
Further, the dictionary says "where the possessive pronoun is used is shown in the dictionary entry"
but in the dictionary entry, I can't see any symbol used to show the verbs which take possessive pronoun before gerunds.
My questions is: How do we identify the verbs, which the only noun phrase can be the object of main verb and the noun phrase and gerund together can be the object of verb?