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I's is never correct. Possessive for me is my or mine. "That's my book." " That book is mine." I is always the subject, and is always followed by a verb. I am, I will, I did, Tom and I are. It is not correct to use I after another person's name when it is the object of the sentence. "George gave Tom and me the tickets." "George brought drinks to my ...


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Doesn't "it" represent "the experience of being", or just "being"? I think it is subtly distinct from loving the place in the abstract, which could be for other reasons. "I like America. Its trade war against China has weakened the Chinese currency, making Chinese goods cheaper for my family in the UK. I don't like it in America, though. Guns make me ...


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