Question
Updated on
7 Dec 2022

  • Korean
  • English (US)
  • Japanese
  • Spanish (Spain)
Question about English (US)

“He(John) was upset with his brother(Jack), so he burnt his toast on purpose.”

Whose toast is it, John or Jack?

Do we have to ‘his own’ to mean it’s John’s toast?





Answers
Read more comments

  • English (UK)
  • English (US)
[News] Hey you! The one learning a language!

Share this question
 “He(John) was upset with his brother(Jack), so he burnt his toast on purpose.”

Whose toast is it,  John or Jack?

Do we have to ‘his own’ to mean it’s John’s toast?
Recommended Questions
Topic Questions
Newest Questions
Previous question/ Next question