"Have you been to our shop?"
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think i may finally have it understood...3izziwizz3 covers it right above, but if the sentence was about coming to A SPECIFIC shop, Chinese grammar seems to treat it as a 'count'...whereas MY SPECIFIC shop is clearly possessive, understood as belonging to the speaker and thus doesn't require a 'counting' word
what I wonder is whether 家 would be required in a possessive sentence like: Have you been to (A SPECIFIC) ONE OF OUR shops?" where the speaker has multiple shops and the sentence clearly implies both a count and speaker's possession, but not so specific as to be 'this' or 'that' shop