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  1. LenaKatarina
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    James' or James's

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    Do we use James' or James's to show genitive in the singular

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    Re: James' or James's

    Quote Originally Posted by LenaKatarina View Post
    Help!
    Do we use James' or James's to show genitive in the singular
    Both can be used, there are different opinions on this subject.

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