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    Possessive Case

    Please correct the following sentences:

    His sister's children's discipline is commendable.
    Discipline of his sister's children is commendable.

    Thanks & regards,

    Hemapala

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    Re: Possessive Case

    Quote Originally Posted by Hemapala View Post
    Please correct the following sentences:

    His sister's children's discipline is commendable. only one sister, if they are two sisters: his sisters' children's...

    the discipline of his sister's children is commendable.

    Thanks & regards,

    Hemapala
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