Leonardo, you didn't say so, but I'm presuming you want me to evaluate this sentence for correctness. The sentence is incorrect, for these reasons. 1. At least any other training material is
It is not correct. For one thing, it has no verb! I can't suggest a correct version, because I can't determine what you're trying to say.
A. Would you mind If I close the door B. Would you mind if i closed the door C. Would you mind me closing the door D. would you mind my closing the door E. would you mind closing the door
1.Would you mind If I close the door 2.Would you mind if i closed the door 1 and 2 are virtually the same thing 3.Would you mind me closing the door 3. is what 99% of people would SAY 4.would
Thanks, Leonardo, for your new question. This is not really a question of grammar but one of idiom. The expression "if need be" [not "if needed be"] is an idiomatic way of saying "if necessary