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    sitifan is offline Senior Member
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    Default individual possessive

    1. Jim's room and Mary's room
    2. Jim's and Mary's room
    3. Jim's and Mary's rooms
    What's the difference in meaning between the above three expressions?

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    Default Re: individual possessive

    Quote Originally Posted by sitifan View Post
    1. Jim's room and Mary's room two separate rooms
    2. Jim's and Mary's room Jim and Mary's room
    3. Jim's and Mary's rooms Jim and Mary's rooms
    What's the difference in meaning between the above three expressions?
    look here

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