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    The yard sale today

    1. The yard sale today is more successful than the one last year.
    2. Today's yard sale is more successful than last year's.
    Which of the above sentences is correct?

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    Re: The yard sale today

    1. The yard sale today is more successful than the one last year.
    2. Today's yard sale is more successful than last year's.


    sitifan.
    They are both OK, but the second one is slightly more natural.

    not a teacher

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