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Forum: English Questions Feb 14th, 2005, 08:56 pm
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Posted By little sage
Why wouldn't it be proper?

Why wouldn't it be proper?
Forum: English Questions Feb 13th, 2005, 10:13 am
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Posted By little sage
Prepositions (in/near/throughout/with reference...

Prepositions (in/near/throughout/with reference to) often begin sentences.

"Mine" is a possessive pronoun, however, and I don't know of any rules about starting a sentence with one or not.

In...
Forum: English Questions Jan 14th, 2005, 11:59 pm
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Posted By little sage
Oreamnos, I think the 3rd example above answers...

Oreamnos,

I think the 3rd example above answers your question.

"mine" is wrong because you can't say "jenny's and mine car"
and I think the word with the apostrophe has to come last, so
"my and...
Forum: English Questions Jan 10th, 2005, 09:10 am
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Posted By little sage
Joint Possession

Happy Camper,
I did a search and found part of your answer.

When two people jointly possess one thing, you can use one appostrophe:
"Tim and Jenny's car"

Use apostrophes twice when the people...
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