posted by rfvv .
1. Each one of us has his room.
2. Each one of us has her room.
3. Each one of us has its room.
(Is Only #1 correct? What about the others?)
4. Move the chair to the front of the class.
5. Move the chair on the front of the class.
6. Move the chair in the front of the class.
7. Move the chair in front of the class.
(Are the four the same and grammatical? Do they have differences in meaning?)
1. Note "his" room so that is either we are all males OR one male has a room that we should not have.
2. Same idea except now we are either all female OR one female has a room that we should not have.
3. "its' implies that the room belongs to, perhaps, a family pet.
5. "on" the front - no
6. ok = in the front area
7. now the entire class is "behind" the chair.