Can I say "Please find my yesterday’s and today’s daily reports in the documents."?
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No, you cannot say "Please find my yesterday’s and today’s daily reports in the documents."
You can say:
Or, you can also say:
In general English disallows using two different direct possessives together in the some noun phrase. Using possessive my and possessive tomorrow's to modify the word reports results in a sentence that I find ungrammatical. One of the possessives must be demoted to a prepositional phrase, and since my cannot be so demoted (since *of me is ungrammatical for other reasons), you have to move tomorrow to a prepositional phrase:
(This is the same corrected version that Bruno gave, but unlike Bruno I find the original to be ungrammatical, and the corrected version to be necessary, not just stylistically preferred.)
Having said that, I would reword your sentence to make it sound more natural:
protected by RegDwigнt♦ Aug 4 '15 at 13:40
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