One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A determiner indicating possession, for example my, your, her, their.
- ‘‘Your’, on the other hand, is a possessive determiner: you should only use it when referring to matters such as what you owe ‘your’ friend.’
- ‘Fill in the blank with the correct possessive determiner.’
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