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    #1

    Smile mine

    Is this correct?
    Mine all board at an international school. (mine=my children)
    Thanks

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    #2

    Re: mine

    It is correct if it follows somebody else's remark such as 'My children are home-schooled'.

    Rover

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    #3

    Re: mine

    Quote Originally Posted by panicmonger View Post
    Is this correct?
    Mine all board at an international school. (mine=my children)
    Thanks
    NOT A TEACHER

    I believe that your sentence would be correct in answer to

    another person saying, for example:

    My children go to a religious day school. What about your

    yours?

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