auxillary verb

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cookingkit

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We add "s" to main verb when the subject is ''He/She/It" but when in a sentence is use My/Your/Their does auxillary verb
I means "my"
you means "your"
they means their
this means "it"
any other alternative which i need to remember
 

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We add "s" to main verb when the subject is ''He/She/It" but when in a sentence is use My/Your/Their does auxillary verb
I means "my"
you means "your"
they means their
this means "it"
any other alternative which i need to remember

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Hello, Cookingkit.

(1) I am not sure that I understand your question.

(2) Is this what you are looking for:

I have a book. It is MY book. / It is MINE.

You have a car. It is YOUR car. / It is YOURS.

HE has a book. It is HIS book. / It is HIS.

She has a radio. It is HER radio./ It is HERS.

The restaurant has a name. What is ITS name?

We have a school. It is OUR school. / It is OURS.

They have a house. It is THEIR house./ It is THEIRS.

(3) If you have more questions, many people here are happy to

help you.

***** THANK YOU *****
 
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