I know that a Mother's day is a correct way of writing and then if someone like me writes a Mothers' day, do you native English speakers understand it the same as a Mother's day or differently from it? And if it means a different one, what is it?
Thank you so much as usual and have a good day.
Thank you so much for the clear and fast reply and I have another question for you.
Mother's generation / Mothers' generation
I think that in this case, the latter one is a correct way of writing. Is there a reason or a meaning difference between them?