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Which one is grammatically correct?

I don’t want to risk being left a negative review/ I don’t want to risk you leaving a negative review/ I don’t want to having left a negative review /I don’t want to risk having you left a negative review. Which one is grammatically correct or none of them is? If so, can you please write a correct one for me?

2 Answers

  • Cara
    Lv 7
    2 years ago

    Why don't you just say "I don't want a negative review." ?

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  • 2 years ago


    Please don't leave a negative review.

    I don't want to leave a negative review.

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