Pronouns use apostrophes to indicate possession.
Pronouns do not use apostrophes to indicate possession. Examples of possessive pronouns are: my, your, his, her, its, our, their, whoseAuto answered|Score 1User:
What class of words in Modern English retains grammatical gender?
Gender neutrality in languages with grammatical gender implies promoting language usage which is balanced in its treatment of the genders. [ For example, advocates of gender-neutral language challenge the traditional use of masculine nouns and pronouns ("man", "businessman", "he", and so on) when referring to both genders or to a person or people of an unknown gender in most Indo-European and Afro-Asiatic languages.
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what language does scholar come fromWeegy:
What language does school come from? In: Languages and Cultures [Edit categories] Answer: from Dictionary.com: ... [ scholarship, scholar, scholarly, scholastic. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_language_does_school_come_from
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what original language did razor come fromWeegy:
What was the original language razor was derived from? Latin Give the original language from which razor was derived? Late 13th Century French [ 'rasour' meaning to ... http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_original_language_for_razor
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