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    two days ago's edition of a newspaper

    Is this correct:
    It was advertised in two days ago's edition of your newspaper.

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    Re: two days ago's edition of a newspaper

    Quote Originally Posted by angelene001 View Post
    Is this correct:
    It was advertised in two days ago's edition of your newspaper.
    That's very unnatural.

    It was advertised in your newspaper the day before yesterday.
    It was advertised in your newspaper two days ago.

    I wouldn't use "edition of your newspaper" for anything other than "today's", "tomorrow's" or "yesterday's".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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