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    Hello there,

    I have a sentence that I need a teacher to look at.

    < Janet and Emma's bicycle>

    I wonder if we have to add 's after Janet to make it grammatically correct?
    If both of them own the very same bicycle, will this one sentence deliver the message?

    Let's say if they each own one,should the sentence read ' Janet's and Emma's bicycles'?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: 's

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hello there,

    I have a sentence that I need a teacher to look at.

    < Janet and Emma's bicycle>

    I wonder if we have to add 's after Janet to make it grammatically correct?
    If both of them own the very same bicycle, will this one sentence deliver the message? Yes.

    Let's say if they each own one,should the sentence read ' Janet's and Emma's bicycles'? That's correct.

    Thanks in advance.

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