This possessives page brings together information about

  • possessive nouns
  • possessive adjectives
  • possessive pronouns
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  • reciprocal pronouns  

 

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Hi, can you help me with this ( there is a radio and a sofa.) Is this a correct grammar?

Hello mimi-516!

I answered your question on another page. You're welcome to ask questions, but please choose a good page for it (like, for your question, our page on it and there), and please ask the question only once; don't get impatient if we can't answer it immediately!
 
Thanks!
 
Jeremy Bee
The LearnEnglish Team

Hello Jeremy,  I'm so sorry for that,coz it's my first time to use your page.mimi-516

Hello wonderful Team, thank you for prompt response, last night I read an article, the writer used the word water in plural form, i.e he wrote (waters), now, is it possible to say such expression?
Thanks 

Hello Adil,
Happy to help! If you look up 'water' or 'waters' in the dictionary box at the right of this web page, you should find the answer to your question there. Remember to scroll down the page to check all the definitions.
If you're still unclear after reading it, ask us your specific question here.
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

(Do ( Abdurrahman is my elder brother) and ( Abdurrahman is my older brother
have the same meaning?

Hello zagrus!
 
Yes, that's right, but elder is a little old fashioned these days - we're more likely to just say older.
 
Regards
 
Jeremy Bee
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi, I have a question, the word information always confuses me, can it be in plural form (informations) or it is only in singular form?

Hello Adil,
'Information' is uncountable, so we don't say 'informations', except in a very specific legal situation that 99.9% of people will never encounter. You can talk about 'pieces of information' etc.
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

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