Is it "my aunt and uncle's house or my aunt's house and uncle's house"?
My aunt and uncle talents or My aunt's and uncle's talents. Which is correct?
When two or more nouns share possession, then the last noun is made possessive. We can assume that both your aunt and uncle live in that same house, so it would be my aunt and uncle's house.
When talking about talents, though, it could go either way depending on the talents. If your aunt and uncle share these talents, perhaps they have a tandem juggling act, then it would be the same as above. But if you are talking about the talents that they each have separately, then it would be aunt's and uncle's talents.
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