Possessive nouns

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I'm stuck on to stupid questions tell me the answer ok worry haunted the refugee ____ eyes a.childrens b children's c.childrens' or d.childrens's not d for sure

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    These are the forms of the word "child" --

    child
    children (pl)
    child's (s. poss.)
    children's (pl poss)

    Let us know what you think.

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    Worry haunted the ______ eyes is it A.?

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    No I mean B

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    Yes, B is correct.

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    Ok next one Money might be sewn into _______ coat A. Women's. B. Woman's C. Womens' or D. womans'

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    Look at the word's forms in the same way:

    woman (singular form)
    women (plural)
    woman's (s poss)
    women's (pl poss)

    Let us know what you think.

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    Does pl stand for plural and the answer is A right?

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    A is not correct. Read the sentence carefully.

    And yes, pl means plural.

    I think you've omitted a necessary article in # 2.

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    Are you even here I need to know if the question is A.

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    So C. Is it it right and what was article 2?

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    Hey what happend to writeacher

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    We are all volunteers. Writeacher is undoubtedly doing something else now.

    You either need to pluralize coat or you need "a" or "the" before the blank.

    Money might be sewn into _______ coat

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    My mistake it says Money might be sewn into _____ coat LININGS sorry is it A then?

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    A.?

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    Is it one woman or more than one who have the linings?

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    More than one

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    Right.

    Now go back to Writeacher's post where she identified the singular and plural possessive forms.

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    Ok

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    So is A. Right?

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    Yes. It's a. women's

  • Possessive nouns -

    Child
    Children (pl)
    Child's (s.poss)
    Children's (pl poss)

    Let us know what you think.

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    Is writher back?

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    Writeacher

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