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Sentence: "How about pledging half of your wealth to/for your poor shareholders?"
My question: What preposition, "to" or "for", would be correct in the sentence ? I think it ought to be preposition "to", but again not sure. Besides that please also tell should I put "s" at the end of word "your" or not?
Regards and thanks
You definitely don't need "yours" instead of your. Unlike other languages, we do not make possessive adjectives agree with the singular/plural status of the possession.
"Yours" is used as a possessive prounoun.
Are these your books?
I can see some books. Are they yours?
Is that your hat?
There is a hat on the table. Is it yours?