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Possessive nouns
Money might be sewn into ______ coat linings.
Answers
A. Women's
B. Woman's
C. Womens'
D. Woman's
Is it b

  • Grammar -

    If it is money sewn into ONE woman's coat linings, then yes, it would be B, but with an article added: Money might be sewn into a woman's coat linings.

    But if it is money sewn into the linings of coats that women wear, then it's A.

    PS -- There is no such word as womens'.

  • Grammar -

    Ok my answer is A. I guess this one confused me

  • Grammar -

    The plurals and possessives of irregular nouns are not easy, that's for sure.

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