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    #1

    ... for their sake/sakes...

    My parents used to take me to church regularly. So I accompanied them just for their sake/s but never really had much faith in Christianity.

    Should I use 'sake' or 'sakes'?

    Thanks.

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    Re: ... for their sake/sakes...

    You can use either, in my opinion.

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