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Correct the possessive nouns.

The sisters-in-law potluck was a sucess.
(plural)

Carlos dog ran home.
(singular)

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  1. sisters-in-law's potluck
    Carlo's

  2. thank you , so for

    My brother scout had a fair.
    (singular)
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    brother's?

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    posted by katelyn
  3. Mrs. Sue ??

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    posted by katelyn
  4. Your last sentence doesn't make any sense. Did you omit a word?

  5. oh sorry, let me check..

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    posted by katelyn
  6. Ahhh, i am soo sorryy yess!!
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    My brother scout group had a fair.
    (singular)

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    posted by katelyn
  7. brother's

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