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    Advective and pronoun

    When should I use the adjective "my" and when I use the pronoun "mine"

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    Re: Advective and pronoun

    You state that one is an adjective and the other is a pronoun. That is your answer. Use "my" as an adjective, to modify a noun. Use "mine" to stand in for a noun. This is my coat. This is mine.

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