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  1. garnetdiamond
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    Question noun adjectives

    I know plural form and singular form of nouns but when it comes to use them as adjectives I am totally confused. For example, do we say "Teacher Cabinet" ,"Teachers Cabinet" or "Teachers' Cabinet" to denote that the cabinet is for the teachers?

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    garnet

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    Re: noun adjectives

    Quote Originally Posted by garnetdiamond View Post
    I know plural form and singular form of nouns but when it comes to use them as adjectives I am totally confused. For example, do we say "Teacher Cabinet" ,"Teachers Cabinet" or "Teachers' Cabinet" to denote that the cabinet is for the teachers?

    Thanks
    garnet
    Teachers' room.

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