Student or Learner
I have just a simple question, that perhaps you'll find elementary or not worthy of this forum , if so I'm sorry for asking. Anyway here it is: How do I say, that there are many students at school, who have lots of succeses. I mean can I refer to the succeses as students' succeses ? Is students' succeses ok ?
There were many student successes on campus.
(you don't need to show the possessive)
I think students' achievments is ok, but what I wanted to now was how should I show the possesive when the noun is in plural? Like in my students' achievments. Or for example in sentence: My two brothers have a same bike and I want to tell it my friend. So one option I guess would be - This is the bike of my two brothers.
and the second options, which I am not sure about could be - This is my brothers' bike ???
or maybe this expression - my childrens' toys. is it OK ?
I hope I made myself clear.
Thank you, you don't know how your reply cheered me.
children is a collective noun (plural) so to make it possessive, simply add 's.
Men = plural collective of man
Men's Room = for all men
one boy's bike
several boys' bikes
one student's success
several students' success.