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Common English mistakes: My mine   

Common English mistakes : My mine
Common English mistakes: My mine   

According to Urban Dictionary, it says, someone you are currently dating, in a serious relationship, or married to or someone else you can claim possession of for similar reasons
Me and My Mine went out to eat last night.
#my#mine#married#dating#relationship

That consider slang and with all due respect to Urban Dictionary. I've never found any other dictionary that has the meaning of 'my mine' and according to formal English grammar rules, it makes nonsense to use a possessive determiner my and possessive pronoun in that wrong way.

Please watch this video, you will know why it's slang to say "My mine " 


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Mr.Zaki Badr
Mr.Zaki Badr
My name is Zaki Badr. I am an online English teacher. Contact me on WhatsApp/Zalo/WeChat: +20 1027 87 1551 I have been teaching English since 2011( to kids and adults. English teaching certificates that I got : *TESOL Certificate, Arizona State University, USA, December 2018. *TEFL Certificate, London Teacher Training College OFQUAL regulated, London, June 2021.

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