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Carolyn was thrilled when she found out her new employer offers two ________ vacation time.
a. week’s
b. weeks
c. weeks’
d. week

asked by steve
  1. Nope. Two weeks is plural - more than one.

    posted by Reed
  2. c

    posted by steve
  3. Yes. c: weeks'

    posted by Reed

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