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I'm looking for the rules concerning when you use possessive pronouns combined with a verb of "-ing" form. What's the combination called and how does it work?
- Thanks to my going to school I know a lot of things.
- I object to his going to the dentist.
Can you also say this?
- Thanks to me going to school I know a lot of things.
- I object to him going to the dentist.