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No-one has been hung in Britain since 1964.
No-one has been hanged in Britain since 1964.
We hanged the picture on the wall.
We hung the picture on the wail.

When the reference is to killing a person or animal by hanging, we use the form hanged. In other cases, the form is hung. The principal parts of the two verbs are: hang, hanged, hanged; hang, hung, hung.

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I asked him to do me a favour.
I pleased him to do me a favour.
Also possible:
I thanked him for his lovely present.

To please means to give pleasure to: I worked hard to please my teacher.

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His laughing at her was what made her angry.
Him laughing at her was what made her angry.

When we use an -ing verb as a noun. the preceding noun or pronoun must be possessive.

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Both of them didn't go to school today.
Neither of them went to school today.

Change both into neither in a negative sentence and use a positive verb.

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The teacher is pleased with me.
The teacher is pleased from me.

We say pleased at or pleased with if an abstract noun or a clause follows: They were pleased at (or with) what he said; They were pleased at (or with) her results.

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