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I would like to know if it is possible to put a sentence after "in" instead of a noun or a gerund in the sentence below:

I have no problem in you to do so later or I have problem in you to doing so later.

Perhaps both are wrong?

Thank you in advanced
  • sound shift

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    English - England

    Unfortunately, both are wrong. Even if I modify the sentence, I can't produce a correct sentence using "in". Why do you want to use "in"?

    "I have no problem if you do so later.":tick: (There are some other possibilities, but this one is short and simple.)
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