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    apostrophe rules

    could help me to correct this sentence:
    it is your best partner for your enterprise's success

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    Re: apostrophe rules

    It seems correct. Beau travail!

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    Re: apostrophe rules

    Quote Originally Posted by rym View Post
    could help me to correct this sentence:
    it is your best partner for your enterprise's success
    Other than needing a capital at the beginning of your sentence, it is correct as written.

    I am not a teacher.

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