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1.   You must abstain from smoking. ( Not, to smoke )
     
2.    I warned him against drinking. ( Not, to drink )
     
3.   I can depend on his keeping his promise. ( Not, on him to keep )
     
4.   You may depend upon ( on ) his coming. ( Not, upon him to come )
     
5.   I insisted on his coming with us. ( Not, on him to come )
     
6.   They insisted on his accompanying them. ( Not, on him to accompany )
     
7.   Please excuse my coming so late. ( Not, me to come )
     
8.   Would you mind my staying a little longer ? ( Not, me staying )
     
9.   Would you mind my talking to your daughter ? ( Not, me talking )
     
10.   I do not mind your reading my books. ( Not, you reading )
 
   

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