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    Default Signing grammar

    I would like to know which is proper for a sign, guest entrance or guests entrance?


    Thank you

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    Default Re: Signing grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Barnett
    I would like to know which is proper for a sign, guest entrance or guests entrance?


    Thank you
    guest entrance means, enterance for guests :D

    enterance :(

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    Entrance, surely?

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