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Re: “His being chosen” vs. “His having been chosen”  •  June 1, 2010, 8:52pm  •  3 votes

"His selection as headmaster surprised us" could be interpreted as "[The person that he chose] as headmaster surprised us." It's ok if there is no ambiguity in the context, though. The clearest op