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In these two sentences, I'm not sure where to put the apostrophe to make it a plural possessive noun.

We were excited to see the (children) photographs.

The pictures looked like real (photographer) pictures.

  • English -

    childrens'

    photographers'

    Sra

  • English -

    I think Sra has a typo.

    Since children is already plural, the possessive form is children's.

  • English -

    Absolutely right! Not fully awake! Thanks for catching it.

    Sra

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