Word use plural

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 I am referring to more then one master; so should it be; masters' masters or master's? (see plural carriages)

 

Slaves driving their masters’ fancy horse-drawn carriages full with white families pass by. 

If you are interested, I have lots more!

 

Grammarly is okay with all of them?

 

Richard

plural asked Feb 18 '14 at 03:39 Richard McCallum New member

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Apostrophe before "s" is singular possessive and after "s" is plural possessive.

Slaves driving their masters’ fancy horse-drawn carriages full with white families pass by. If you are interested, I have lots more!

link comment answered Feb 18 '14 at 04:35 Sanjay Expert

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