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Weekend Celebrations or Weekend's Celebrations [duplicate]

Imagine a wedding invitation which ends with the following sentence: To round off the weekend celebrations, please join us for lunch. Would it be more, less, or equally correct to say: To round ...
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When to use apostrophe to show possession and when not to? [duplicate]

Can you tell me what is the difference between these , and which one is correct: girl problems. girls' problems. Microsoft products Microsoft's products
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“children's literature” or “children literature”? [duplicate]

I am always confused where to use a "possessive apostrophe". From what I found on the internet it seems to me that children's literature is correct. What about garden chair? In my eyes it's the same. ...
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apostrophe or not? [duplicate]

I'm writing a cover letter and I need to know if I should say: I would like to be part of the Publix family vs Publix's family. Please help!!
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Possessive apostrophe subtle variation [duplicate]

We are writing a book about an amateur dramatic group called 'Richmond Players'. The title is "The Richmond Players Story". There is a hot debate in the group about whether a possessive apostrophe is ...
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I need help with possessives: should this be [center + noun] or [center's + noun]?

At the beginning of the school year, students are required to take measures that will include the standard University Center’s assessment battery. Should it be Center's or Center?
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Possessive apostrophe usage: why not “World's Health Organization”? [duplicate]

I am wondering why some possessive nouns does not have apostrophes. If "America's Credit Union" has an apostrophe, why not "World Health Organization"? My intuition says that the apostrophe is only ...
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Group's subsidiary of group subsidiary [duplicate]

Please clarify should I write group's subsidiary or group subsidiary? what is the correct way to write this? Could you please also clarify the rule? I see, there are a lot of similar situations, for ...
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Should it be Champions' League comeback or Champions League comeback?

When we discuss great comebacks in the history of this competition, It is more correct to say a particular game represented the greatest comeback in Champions League history, or the greatest comeback ...
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When does one use an apostrophe? [closed]

Student's exchange Family pride For the above examples, I want to understand why the apostrophe is or isn't used? How does one determine this?
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singular adjective versus plural possessive

Dynamics which are typical of (or can be found in) news websites or the life which is typical of schools may thoeretically be described by either possessive constructs such as schools' life or news ...
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Does Leaders Guide have an apostrophe?

Using a leaders guide in a doctoral dissertation, does the title "Leaders Guide" have an apostrophe?