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    Question Which is correct?

    When writing a letter, is it correct to state:

    Ben and your participation


    your and Ben's participation?

    Thank you,

    Paula F.

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    Re: Which is correct?

    Both Ben's and your participation (is required)
    Both yours and Ben's participation (is required)
    Notice carefully the difference; it does not matter whether you are writing a letter or anything else.

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