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    grammar

    I am reading reports and just need advice on where or if I need an apostrophe for the word 'others' this sentence;
    'She can comment on the aspects of others' work which she likes or dislikes.'
    I think this is wrong and just need clarification.

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    Re: grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by angela9973 View Post
    I am reading reports and just need advice on where or if I need an apostrophe for the word 'others' this sentence;
    'She can comment on the aspects of others' work which she likes or dislikes.'
    I think this is wrong and just need clarification.
    Possessive (pro)noun
    ... aspects of my work
    ... aspects of your work
    ... aspects of her work
    ... aspects of others' work / ... aspects of the work of others

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