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Hello everyone,

Are the sentences below natural?

1. I had a problem in my internet connection.

2. I had a problem with my internet.

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1. I had a problem with in my internet connection.

2. I had a problem with my internet. OK

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1. I had a problem with my internet connection.

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I don't think you own the Internet.

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Thank you, Clive and AlpheccaStars.

AlpheccaStars, could you please tell me what you meant by "I don't think you own..."?

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"My car" = I own the car.

"My book" = I own the book.

"My internet" =I own the internet.

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Thank you, AlpheccaStars.

I own my own internet line and pay $20 per month. Can't I say "my internet"? Clive didn't say anything, but I don't know whether I should use this version or not anymore.

Joseph ACan't I say "my internet"?

If you want to be precise, say "internet connection." or "my wifi" or "my cable." That is the only part that you own.

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Thank you, AlpheccaStars.