Which phrase is correct I appreciate your inviting me or I appreciate you inviting me?

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2011-03-18 06:07:04

Both are possible.

I appreciate you sending me your proposal.

I appreciate your sending me your proposal.

In terms of grammer: Sending is, I think, the continuous form of

the verb in the first sentence, and in the second sentence it is

used like a noun.

Totally disagree with above. While anything is possible, only

one is correct:

"I appreciate your inviting me." Additionally, if you are

writing a cover letter with your resume, you need to say, "I

appreciate your taking time to review my qualifications or


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