In my textbook:
- I bought my car yesterday. ［incorrect］
Because, Until I buy that car, it doesn't belong to me.
- I bought a car yesterday (for myself). ［correct］
From 'English Grammar in Use':
- The person from whom I bought my car is a friend of my father's. (correct)
Why is "I bought my car yesterday" wrong but "The person from whom I bought my car is a friend of my father's" correct?
the man from whom I bought my car → correct
I bought my car yesterday → incorrect
What is the difference?
Question2: Is there anything wrong with "I want to buy my car" ? I think that this sentence is incorrect. I think the correct sentence is "I want to buy a car (for myself)".
What do you think about my idea.
p.s. Question3: I want to say that I will buy a car. And, after buying it, it will be my first car of my life. Is "I will buy a first car (of my life)" semantically correct?