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    Question "the target language culture/the target language's culture/the target language's"?

    Learners should be aware of the similarities and differences between their own culture and the target language culture.

    Learners should be aware of the similarities and differences between their own culture and the target language's culture.

    Learners should be aware of the similarities and differences between their own culture and the target language's/language'.

    Would any be possible?

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    Re: "the target language culture/the target language's culture/the target language's"

    1 and 2 work for me.

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