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    Default Plural form of the word "future" as a noun

    The word, future, as a plural noun. "...financial security, providing for childrens' and grandchildrens' financial futures..." Is it correct to add the -s at the end of future?

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    Default Re: Plural form of the word "future" as a noun

    Why not- one person, one future.

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