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1. Do you mind my opening the window?
2. He narrowly escaped being drowned.
 3. He gave up smoking.
4. He admitted having stolen the money.
5. You have to avoid being hit by a bad guy.
6.  I finished writing a composition.
7.  Sam enjoyed swimming in the swimming pool.
 8.  He stopped typing the keyboard.
9. Don suggested going to the Philippines during the summer vacation.
10. He postponed going over to Australia.
11. Jacob put off going abroad with his wife.
12. She is considering buying a brand new car.
13. He denied having fought with his classmate.
14. He anticipate meeting his lovely wife.
 15. He risked getting knocked out.
 16. I can't resist tasting the cake.

(Are the expressions all grammatical? The verbs in the sentences take gerund objects, don't they? If you find unsuitable expressions, correct them,please?)

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  1. 1. Do you mind my opening the window?
    2. He narrowly escaped being drowned.
    3. He gave up smoking.
    4. He admitted having stolen the money.
    5. You have to avoid being hit by a bad guy.
    6. I finished writing a composition.
    7. Sam enjoyed swimming in the swimming pool.
    8. He stopped typing on the keyboard.
    9. Don suggested going to the Philippines during the<~~delete "the" summer vacation.
    10. He postponed going over to Australia.
    11. Jacob put off going abroad with his wife.
    12. She is considering buying a brand new car.
    13. He denied having fought with his classmate.
    14. He anticipates meeting his lovely wife.
    15. He risked getting knocked out.
    16. I can't resist tasting the cake.

    (Are the expressions all grammatical? The verbs in the sentences take gerund objects, don't they? If you find unsuitable expressions, correct them,please?)

    Let me know if something doesn't make sense. Clearly, there are very few corrections! =)

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