A Comprehensive English Grammar by C. E. Eckersley, J M Eckersley

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Er ' . you. Here s a book W e haven't enough t ime. W e h aven 't time mQugh. g. po We have done en0t4gh work for today. There are t710ugll chairs to seat everybody . (See also Chapter T en , DcUrllli,lativcs,) P OSSESSIVE AD JECTIV ES { OT HE R T he possessive adj ectives-with their corresponding personal pronouns arc: Personal Pronoun I thou t '"she ;t I Possessive Adjective my thv his l h" its Pt1solhll P QSSH SIV( Pronal'" A dj,ct i~'e w, om your you I \ one'S on. , , The possessive adjectives change according to the gender • a nd number of the possessor , and not , as in some othe r languages.

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