English Grammar

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1. Reading a message is convenient for him.

2. To read a message is convenient for him.

3. It is convenient for him to read a message.

4. It is convenient his reading a message.

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Are all the sentences above grammatical?

  • English Grammar -

    Number 4 is awkward and shouldn't be used.

    The others are correct -- but number 3 is best.

  • English Grammar -

    Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum again. I would change #4 to "His reading a message (subject) is convenient.

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