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    help!

    1. when to use 's ans s' (possessive) cite many challenging examples please or just a paragraph using ('s and s')because sometimes i really found it very confusing especially when i made essays or stories...

    2. one of your employee or one of your employees? which one is correct? why? please explain further...


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    Re: help!

    Quote Originally Posted by malougabrinao View Post
    1. when to use 's ans s' (possessive) cite many challenging examples please or just a paragraph using ('s and s')because sometimes i really found it very confusing especially when i made essays or stories...

    See here for how to use "'s" / "s'" http://www.usingenglish.com/articles/apostrophes.html

    2. one of your employee or one of your employees? which one is correct? why? please explain further...


    Employee - singular > one employee.
    "He is my employee."
    Employees - plural > more than one employee
    "He is one of my employees."
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