Student or Learner
Can anyone clarify me how "One's" works in English language?
Here's some examples.
Rarely has it been so baldly true that the enemy of one's enemy is one's friend.
Not to say one's right or one's wrong.
It populates one's existence with people who become the main characters in one's life story.
She notes that one's political allegiance can actually influence one's perception of the economy.
One chooses one's denomination, just as one chooses one's political affiliation.
I got one more question to ask. There's sentence "One must learn from one's mistakes." Can "one's" in this sentence mean "his, your, their, our, its, my" ?
It's indeterminate- it means that a person can learn from her or her mistakes, so it could include all or none of them, though I struggle to see how its fits in.