grammar(possessive)
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"A years worth of hard work has finally paid off."
year (my choice)
years
years'
year's
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grammar(possessive) 
Writeacher
No, sorry.
How many years is "A year"? Now choose the correct possessive form, singular or plural. 
grammar(possessive) 
lilman
year's ould this be right
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