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I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his.

The rule you are relying on is correct. A preposition takes a pronoun as a complement in the objective case. But, it's not "his" that's the object of the preposition. It's athe noun phrase "his home."

The word "home" is omitted because it can be understood from the context.

I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his home.


The technical term we use here is fused head construction. Because the function of the possessive pronoun as a dependent is fused with the head function.

I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his.

The rule you are relying on is correct. A preposition takes a pronoun as a complement in the objective case. But, it's not "his" that's the object of the preposition. It's a noun phrase "his home.

The word "home" is omitted because it can be understood from the context.

I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his home.


The technical term we use here is fused head construction. Because the function of the possessive pronoun as a dependent is fused with the head function.

I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his.

The rule you are relying on is correct. A preposition takes a pronoun as a complement in the objective case. But, it's not "his" that's the object of the preposition. It's the noun phrase "his home."

The word "home" is omitted because it can be understood from the context.

I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his home.


The technical term we use here is fused head construction. Because the function of the possessive pronoun as a dependent is fused with the head function.

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I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his.

The rule you are relying on is correct. A preposition takes a pronoun as a complement in the objective case. But, it's not "his" that's the object of the preposition. It's a noun phrase "his househome.

The word "house""home" is omitted because it can be understood from the context.

I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his househome.


The technical term we use here is fused head construction. Because the function of the possessive pronoun as a dependent is fused with the head function.

I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his.

The rule you are relying on is correct. A preposition takes a pronoun as a complement in the objective case. But, it's not "his" that's the object of the preposition. It's a noun phrase "his house.

The word "house" is omitted because it can be understood from the context.

I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his house.


The technical term we use here is fused head construction. Because the function of the possessive pronoun as a dependent is fused with the head function.

I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his.

The rule you are relying on is correct. A preposition takes a pronoun as a complement in the objective case. But, it's not "his" that's the object of the preposition. It's a noun phrase "his home.

The word "home" is omitted because it can be understood from the context.

I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his home.


The technical term we use here is fused head construction. Because the function of the possessive pronoun as a dependent is fused with the head function.

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I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his.

The rule you are relying on is correct. A preposition takes a pronoun as a complement in the objective case. But, it's not "his" that's the object of the preposition. It's a noun phrase "his house.

The word "home""house" is omitted because it can be understood from the context.

I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his house.


The technical term we use here is fused head construction. Because the function of the possessive pronoun as a dependent is fused with the head function.

I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his.

The rule you are relying on is correct. A preposition takes a pronoun as a complement in the objective case. But, it's not "his" that's the object of the preposition. It's a noun phrase "his house.

The word "home" is omitted because it can be understood from the context.

I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his house.


The technical term we use here is fused head construction. Because the function of the possessive pronoun as a dependent is fused with the head function.

I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his.

The rule you are relying on is correct. A preposition takes a pronoun as a complement in the objective case. But, it's not "his" that's the object of the preposition. It's a noun phrase "his house.

The word "house" is omitted because it can be understood from the context.

I had just finished walking a half mile uphill from my home to his house.


The technical term we use here is fused head construction. Because the function of the possessive pronoun as a dependent is fused with the head function.

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