Which sentence uses possessive personal pronouns correctly?
We watched the deer make it's way across the meadow.
Their's are the two in front of her's.
Is that book about the Civil War your's?
The garden with the most ripe tomatoes is mine.
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when there's an apostrophe it means there's and 'is' in place of the 's' like 'there's'... it's saying 'there is'. so you if you had 'your's' it would be 'your is' and that makes no sense..
and 'their' means it belongs to them... like 'its their house' so saying 'its their's house' that makes now sense it'd be like saying 'its their is house' and that doesn't make senseand when you use the word 'most' you wouldn't use it before a noun, if you were going to do that you would change the noun to have 'est' at the end... so for B it is in the wrong order. so the answer well become D ;0:)