I was making drills with the genitive case and I made a sentence that I don't understand (ironically):

Marge's and Homer's personalities are the opposite.

I mean, it is supposed that every person has their own personality and in this case it sounds really weird the fact that I'm assigning multiple personalities to Marge and Homer respectively. I just want to aim to the personality of each one, but it sounds really weird to say: “Marge's and Homer's personality is the opposite.”

I just wanted to say that Marge's personality and Homer's personality are the opposite, but I don't find the correct way to write it with the 2 subjects at first ... please help me. (Maybe I'm being silly, but I haven't slept enough time so I can be befuddled.)

marked as duplicate by Edwin Ashworth, JJJ, Mari-Lou A, jimm101, Scott Jun 21 '18 at 18:21

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