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17 October, 2019 - 14:10
The confusion here may occur because in English 'his' is used for both a possessive adjective preceding a noun (his birthday), and on its own - possessive pronoun. In the given example "his" is a...
17 October, 2019 - 13:10
Hi Mohsen, possessive pronouns are used to replace previously referenced nouns, "a fan of her" should be 'a fan of hers' (if Susan has already been referenced or implied) because you're using a...
17 October, 2019 - 13:10
Does it make sense? 'We write at school'? Gives a meaning that we write the word 'at school'! 'At school, we learn to write words' Isn't it a correct structure? Regards