I want to create flashcards (French <-> English) about idioms like "to put all your eggs in one basket". Those idioms have to be written in the infinitive form but I don't know what do to with possessives adjectives like "your" in my example.
If I literally translate the French expression, I should use "his eggs", but is it the same rule in English?
What should I write to replace "your"? Or should I delete it?