grammar fast plz
posted by unknown on .
is freshman with an s
freshmans or freshman's
The plural of freshman is freshmen.
The possessive of freshman is freshman's.
Which do you mean -- the plural or the possessive?
"Enough about myself let’s talk about YOU, the freshmens-class of 2017."
That's how I'm using it :)
Well then it will be just freshmen. So you would say "...YOU, the freshmen-class of 2017.
In that sentence you're using freshman as an adjective, modifying class.
YOU, the freshman class of 2017.
Oh alright thank you so much to the both of you :)
Sarah is not right.