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    apostrophe usage

    Hi
    Just wanted to know which sentence is correct

    I am staying at Mr and Mrs Olsons'

    or

    I am staying at Mr and Mrs Olson's

    Thanks

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    Re: apostrophe usage

    Quote Originally Posted by jillians77 View Post
    Hi
    Just wanted to know which sentence is correct

    I am staying at Mr and Mrs Olsons'

    or

    I am staying at Mr and Mrs Olson's

    Thanks
    I'm not a teacher, but I think it's I am staying at Mr and Mrs Olson's that is correct as long as their family name is Olson.
    If still in doubt, try I am staying with Mr and Mrs Olson.

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