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  • shanna
    cats lurking in the rocks watching me study wondering if their, there when I m not here shanna http://hawaiian-poet-tree.blogspot.com/
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 1, 2007
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      cats lurking
      in the rocks
      watching me study
      wondering if their, there
      when I'm not here

      shanna
      http://hawaiian-poet-tree.blogspot.com/

      http://www.photoshow.com/watch/RQ9Ec3Kj

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    • John Daleiden
      Hi Shanna, do you mean cats lurking in the rocks watching me study wondering if they re, there (see original below) when I m not here their is a pronoun
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 1, 2007
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        Hi Shanna,

        do you mean

        cats lurking
        in the rocks
        watching me study
        wondering if they're, there (see original below)
        when I'm not here

        their is a pronoun used to indicate ownership in the plural. they're--this pronoun refers to the noun cats in the poem above.

        The children keep their toys in their bedrooms. Here the pronoun refers to children.

        Smile!

        jd

        shanna <shanna@...> wrote:
        cats lurking
        in the rocks
        watching me study
        wondering if their, there
        when I'm not here

        shanna
        http://hawaiian-poet-tree.blogspot.com/

        http://www.photoshow.com/watch/RQ9Ec3Kj

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      • shanna
        thanx john been away from that english class to long lol Hi Shanna, do you mean cats lurking in the rocks watching me study wondering if they re, there (see
        Message 3 of 4 , Nov 1, 2007
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          thanx john been away from that english class to long lol



          Hi Shanna,

          do you mean

          cats lurking
          in the rocks
          watching me study
          wondering if they're, there (see original below)
          when I'm not here

          their is a pronoun used to indicate ownership in the plural. they're--this pronoun refers to the noun cats in the poem above.

          The children keep their toys in their bedrooms. Here the pronoun refers to children.

          Smile!

          jd

          shanna <shanna@...> wrote:
          cats lurking
          in the rocks
          watching me study
          wondering if their, there
          when I'm not here

          shanna
          http://hawaiian-poet-tree.blogspot.com/

          http://www.photoshow.com/watch/RQ9Ec3Kj

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        • John Daleiden
          HI, Oh, my yes! Happens to all of us--even me! and I ve only been away from it since May 2004. john shanna wrote: thanx john been
          Message 4 of 4 , Nov 1, 2007
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            HI,

            Oh, my yes! Happens to all of us--even me! and I've only been away from it since May 2004.

            john


            shanna <shanna@...> wrote:
            thanx john been away from that english class to long lol

            Hi Shanna,

            do you mean

            cats lurking
            in the rocks
            watching me study
            wondering if they're, there (see original below)
            when I'm not here

            their is a pronoun used to indicate ownership in the plural. they're--this pronoun refers to the noun cats in the poem above.

            The children keep their toys in their bedrooms. Here the pronoun refers to children.

            Smile!

            jd

            shanna <shanna@...> wrote:
            cats lurking
            in the rocks
            watching me study
            wondering if their, there
            when I'm not here

            shanna
            http://hawaiian-poet-tree.blogspot.com/

            http://www.photoshow.com/watch/RQ9Ec3Kj

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