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Hello, just a quick homework question.
How do you say: working for my sister's buisness - is it sister's with an apostrophe s or just s or apostrophe after s?

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    If there is only one sister, then use sister's (the singular possessive form).

    If there are two or more sisters, then use sisters' (the plural possessive form).

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    Also -- watch the spelling -- it's business. You have the s and the i reversed.

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    Thank you very much

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