Interested in Language
I have a very basic question about the usage of possessive pronoun. I came across the following passage in a novel:
“You sing well,” he said, “and with a little training should sing very well indeed. How do you come to be here? You ought to do better than this; if I were you, I would not sing in such company.”
She looked at him angrily.
“How do I come to be here? How do you come to be here? If I had a little training, I should sing better, and if I had your training, Mr Sharnall”—and she brought out his name with a sneering emphasis—“I should not be here at all, drinking myself silly in a place like this.”
My question is: does the phrase "your training" here mean
(a) training from you (that is, "if I received musical training from you")
(b) the same training as you had received at school, home, etc.?
I appreciate your comments very much.
Thank you for your clear explanation.