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Yours and mine (NOT mines) Mines is NOT a possessive pronoun like his, hers, yours, theirs & ours.

Yours and mine (NOT mines) Mines is NOT a possessive pronoun like his, hers, yours, theirs & ours.

10 thoughts on “Yours and mine (NOT mines) Mines is NOT a possessive pronoun like his, hers, yours, theirs & ours.”

  1. @lisahinton9682

    This woman is doing important work, which will be annihilated as soon as those kids leave school and are more influenced by their ghetto friends.

  2. Thank you so much for this lesson. Drives me crazy, hearing "That's mines."

    Now, could you do one on deaf/death and on bought/brought?

  3. @zerstoertdiegrenzen

    A difference between spoken and standard language that tends to appear more and more looks like we simply get to observe a specific change in that language.

  4. @CircumcisionIsChildAbuse

    The type of teacher every school should be putting in positions of authority to hire MORE. You'll known who to hire. You'll know what questions to ask.

  5. This is kind of interesting because it seems like a regional thing. I'm from southern California, we make a different set of grammatical mistakes.

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