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Matrix - Practise set 4
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Prakhar Shrivastava
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In the usage of idiom "to put up with", I think we should use "behaviour of him" instead of "behaviour of his". Please clarify me someone.
Niranjan Kumar
3 years ago
No, behaviour of his is correct. Think about a phrase like 'his behaviour', we don't say 'him behaviour', do we? Its a different way to articulate that same thing. His means 'uska', him means 'usko'. So its his behaviour like it would be 'uska behaviour'. I hope its clear.