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    Question what's the correct form

    Hello everyone!

    I have two questions:

    1) which is the correct form; the owner of the building's responsability or the owner's of the building responsability?
    2) it is correct if I say: It is favorable for saving money ?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: what's the correct form

    Quote Originally Posted by AgustinaA View Post
    Which is the correct form; the owner of the building's responsibility or the owner's of the building responsibility?
    See above.

    However, it's better to say:
    the (building) owner's responsibility, or possibly,
    the landlord's responsibility.

    Quote Originally Posted by AgustinaA View Post
    it is Is it correct if I say: It is favorable for saving money?
    Yes, that could work in the right context.


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