Tue 27 Apr, 2021 04:25 pm
Are these sentences correct:
1) Using my belongings without my permission is unacceptable to me.
2) To use my belongings without my permission is unacceptable to me.
3) It is unacceptable to me to use my belongings without my permission.
Meaning: I find it unacceptable that anyone should use my belongings without my permission.
In my opinion, examples one and two are fine. The third one is technically correct â€” maybe you're interviewing a prospective roommate and laying out the terms â€” but by itself it is much clumsier than the first two. Context really makes a difference.
Using my belongings without permission is unacceptable.
Agreed, to me is redundant.