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'My' is not a possessive pronoun and 'Mine' is a possessive pronoun.
'My' is a determiner which is always used before a noun.
For Example: My Book. Not, Mine book.
Once you have mentioned the Noun, you can use the pronoun i.e., the possessive pronoun 'Mine'
Example: A: Can you give your book? B: Nope. C: Please, take mine. (Since there was a noun (Book) already mentioned, a pronoun can be used.
December 9, 2013, 2:15am
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