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- Using apostrophes correctly 4 answers
I want to refer to parties that are hosted for players.
Which of the following phrases is grammatically correct?
- "Player Parties"
- "Players Parties"
- "Players' Parties"
- "Player's Parties"
A sentence where I might use this phrase is as follows:
"We host [...]"
Intended usage: I want to use the phrase in a promotional clip alongside a party that is taking place. The clip will show the party happening, and the phrase will appear over the video to describe the event taking place in the clip.
The parties are put on for players to provide an opportunity for them to socialize, meet other players and relax.
This reference cites the two main uses of the apostrophe that we are all familiar with (the possessive and to indicate omitted letters).
- In the context I have used the phrase, do the parties belong to the players?
- Which of the four above phrases would best match my intended meaning?
This is most certainly not a duplicate of the question related by Edwin, I am referring to the specific case I have outlined above, which is dependent on the correct meaning to be ascribed to this phrase, as per my intended usage.