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    Compound Noun or Descriptive Noun -- Show Possesive

    Hi

    I would like to know is the word Driver License a Compound Noun or Descriptive Noun; additional, how would I write the word as a Possessive Noun?

    Brenda
    Last edited by bellb; 18-Oct-2007 at 22:46. Reason: incorrect spelling

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    Re: Compound Noun or Descriptive Noun -- Show Possesive

    Driver's licence. I am a British English speaker and we say 'Driving Licence'. I don't know if the offical term in American English is 'Driver License'. If it is, then I would call it a compound noun.

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