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    Question Apostrophe

    Should I say:

    Sushi and sashimi are Japan specialties.

    or

    Sushi and sashimi are Japanīs specialties.

    I guess we can write them both, but the meaning...

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    Re: Apostrophe

    The better choice is a proper adjective: Japanese specialties.

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