Is it gramatically correct to say "I appreciate you".


People say this to me and it just sounds wrong to me.

See example:

I appreciate you.
asked Mar 09 '13 at 20:11 Alice Price New member

I say that it is correct. Some does appreicate you. This is similar to what I was just asking. How about: "I appreciate your taking time with me." vs. "I appreciate you taking time with me." I think it's about "your taking." It's possessive; but I cannot find anthing on this subtlety.

Joe CasserlyMar 20 '13 at 16:50

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im A dental ass. My Dr. Told me she really appreciates me. I do a lot for her because I want to make her life easier. I go out of my way to do extra things because I like her. So she appreciates that. If u know what I mean

link comment answered Sep 16 '15 at 23:39 carolyn burdi New member

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