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Is it correct to ask "who's driving ITS car ?" if one doesn't know who is the owner of the car ? or would it be better asking "who's driving HIS car ?" ? I would like to know what to do in such a case. Thanks.
Asked by: Andrés Casadiego, Venezuela

Is it correct to use a and an interchangeably in the following sentence? That is a/an historic part of town. If not, which would be the correct determiner?
Asked by: Carol, USA

Isn't an european correct? Please send me all this exception, because I really need to Know it...
Asked by: Dani, Brazil

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