. . . for those of you reading who have children, have you ever been guilty of not correcting your little person’s grammar because doing so would make them a little more grown up then you are willing for them to be? I’ll plead the fifth, but go ahead and make the assumption that I’m guilty as charged. There are just a few of these little words that are left in my girl’s vocabulary, and because I know she’s not going to end up in third grade speaking poor English, I figure, what’s the big deal, right? Ok, speaking of good grammar, how about that sentence? Nice.
Up until recently, when she refers to that which belongs to her (or she believes it does or should belong to her) she refers to said object as “mines.” And why shouldn’t she? Ours, hers, his, etc. all end in “s” so why shouldn’t “mine?” I dread the day I have to explain their, there and they’re, but fortunately, that’s a ways off. Until then, here are “mines,” just enjoying the weekend.
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