MINE | BAZZI (Jayesslee Cover - Clean)

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Mine (Clean Lyrics)

You so, you so precious when you smile
See you looking perfect drives me wild
Girl, I lose myself up in those eyes
I just had to let you know you're mine

Hands on your body, I don't wanna waste no time
Feels like forever even if forever's tonight
Just lay with me, waste this night away with me
You're mine, I can't look away, I just gotta say

I'm so, I'm so happy you're alive
Swear to you, I'm down if you're down all you gotta say is right
Girl anything I can do just to make you feel alright
I just had to let you know you're fine
Running circles 'round my mind
Even when it's rainy all you ever do is shine
You on fire, you a star just like Mariah
Man this feel incredible, I'll turn into a bride, you're mine

Hands on your body, I don't wanna waste no time
Feels like forever even if forever's tonight
Just lay with me, waste this night away with me
You're mine

Hands on your body, I don't wanna waste no time
Feels like forever even if forever's tonight
Just lay with me, waste this night away with me
You're mine

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

Written by: Andrew Bazzi, Kevin White, Mike Woods
I is a subject pronoun. Subject pronouns do the action of a verb in a sentence.

- I like to sing.
- I sing everyday.


Me is an object pronoun. Object pronouns receive the action of a verb in a sentence.

- She called me.
- Are you asking me?


Myself is a reflexive pronoun. Reflexive pronouns are normally used when the subject and object refer to the same person or thing.

For example:

- I injured myself.
- I bought myself a new pair of shoes.
- I sang to myself.
- I went to the movies by myself. ("by myself" = alone)


My is a possessive adjective (comes before a noun). It shows who possesses or owns the noun in a sentence.

- That's my guitar.
- My sister likes to sing.


Mine is a possessive pronoun. Pronouns take the place of a noun or noun phrase. "Mine" refers to a noun that belongs to "me."

Compare:
Your dog barks more than mine.
Your dog barks more than my dog.

Both of the above sentences are correct.

Is this sentence correct?
a) "This is mine guitar."

Is this sentence correct?
b) "This guitar is mine."

Answers below...
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a) no, the sentence is not correct.
b) yes, the sentence is correct.
Mine (Clean Lyrics)

You so, you so precious when you smile
See you looking perfect drives me wild
Girl, I lose myself up in those eyes
I just had to let you know you're mine

Hands on your body, I don't wanna waste no time
Feels like forever even if forever's tonight
Just lay with me, waste this night away with me
You're mine, I can't look away, I just gotta say

I'm so, I'm so happy you're alive
Swear to you, I'm down if you're down all you gotta say is right
Girl anything I can do just to make you feel alright
I just had to let you know you're fine
Running circles 'round my mind
Even when it's rainy all you ever do is shine
You on fire, you a star just like Mariah
Man this feel incredible, I'll turn into a bride, you're mine

Hands on your body, I don't wanna waste no time
Feels like forever even if forever's tonight
Just lay with me, waste this night away with me
You're mine

Hands on your body, I don't wanna waste no time
Feels like forever even if forever's tonight
Just lay with me, waste this night away with me
You're mine

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

Written by: Andrew Bazzi, Kevin White, Mike Woods
I is a subject pronoun. Subject pronouns do the action of a verb in a sentence.

- I like to sing.
- I sing everyday.


Me is an object pronoun. Object pronouns receive the action of a verb in a sentence.

- She called me.
- Are you asking me?


Myself is a reflexive pronoun. Reflexive pronouns are normally used when the subject and object refer to the same person or thing.

For example:

- I injured myself.
- I bought myself a new pair of shoes.
- I sang to myself.
- I went to the movies by myself. ("by myself" = alone)


My is a possessive adjective (comes before a noun). It shows who possesses or owns the noun in a sentence.

- That's my guitar.
- My sister likes to sing.


Mine is a possessive pronoun. Pronouns take the place of a noun or noun phrase. "Mine" refers to a noun that belongs to "me."

Compare:
Your dog barks more than mine.
Your dog barks more than my dog.

Both of the above sentences are correct.

Is this sentence correct?
a) "This is mine guitar."

Is this sentence correct?
b) "This guitar is mine."

Answers below...
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.
.
.
.
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.
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a) no, the sentence is not correct.
b) yes, the sentence is correct.
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Quiz #: 31730
I, me, my, mine, myself - pronouns review
Quiz by: rmd
Low Intermediate

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Quiz #: 31730
I, me, my, mine, myself - pronouns review
Quiz by: rmd
Low Intermediate




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