This question is from Lina.
I'd like to ask two questions about the following sentence (#1) , which I found it in the answers of exercises.
#1 I lost my gloves which my sister had bought me only the previous day.
I think "my" should be "the" or something because there is no comma before "which." Is it OK to use "my gloves" before restrictive relative pronoun "which"? Is that because "I" have many gloves? Or is this answer incorrect?
The answer told #1 meant #2, but is there the case it means #3? How can I distinguish #2 and #3?
#2 My sister had bought me my gloves only the previous day and I lost them.
#3 I lost my gloves only the previous day and my sister had bought me them.
I'll be happy to have a reply.