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Hello! How do you feel?
E.X. He laughs at his/the victims after
stealing all their money.
Should I use a possessive or a definite article with victims?
Itīs his victims, but not really his victims īcause
they are really 'free' after he steals them. Itīs not as it
happens with a dog. 'Itīs my dog' Here, I can see the
aspect of possession, but not for instance in my sentence.
Which one should I use?
Thanks a million!
Is "the" possible, but with a different meaning?
It could be used with the same meaning, or a different one (someone else's victims).