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    DIEDRICK RONALD Guest

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    is this should read Grant's family reunion or Grant family reunion

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    Default Re: grammer question

    Quote Originally Posted by DIEDRICK RONALD View Post
    is this should read Grant's family reunion or Grant family reunion
    It depends on whether Grant is the first name of a person or the name of the family. In the first case it should be Grant's family. In the second it would be written as the Grant family reunion.

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