That’s a good question. I have to admit, I tend to do this all the time. I think it’s because I’m much more self-aware than I am when it comes to grammar. The first thing I usually do is look at a sentence that begins with a possessive pronoun and then see if there is one that ends with a singular word. While the sentence doesn’t contain a possessive pronoun, it does have a singular verb.

The possessive pronoun in question is not a singular verb. It is a noun.

This is another one of those stupid questions where I don’t know what the hell to do with it. Thats because I don’t have a good answer.

Again, it is a noun. However, I believe we should use the word ‘possessive’ with the possessive pronoun as well. To do so is grammatically correct and would avoid the potential confusion.

Again, to do it correctly is to use the possessive pronoun. Instead of using the word possessive with it, however, I would probably use it as the pronoun. It is grammatically correct and it will avoid potential confusion with its possessive form.

When using the possessive pronoun with a noun, I personally like to say “I own” for the noun, then the possessive pronoun (though I tend to stick to just using it when I know there’s a possessive pronoun). However, for the possessive pronoun with a noun, I would say “I have owned” if the noun is plural (in other words, “I have owned the plane” or “I bought the book”). I believe that to be grammatically correct.

If you use the possessive pronoun with a noun, then you have to say the possessive pronoun in other words, you have owned the plane or you have bought the book. Again, I believe that to be grammatically correct.

I believe that to be grammatically correct.

I think it’s grammatically correct to say “I have owned the plane” or “I have bought the book,” because the nouns are plural.

The grammatically correct sentence would say I have owned the plane or I have bought the book, because the nouns are plural, but I believe that to be grammatically correct.

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