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Truck drivers need for companionship rest upon the population to supplyy thier needs
Truck drivers need for companionship rest upon the population to supply their needs.
Your problem lies in the missing possessive apostrophe: the "need for companionship" belongs to the "truck drivers." I would re-word the sentence so it's less clunky. There are also several spelling errors. Additionally, the truck drivers don't need somebody to give (supply) them needs; they need somebody to fulfill their needs.
"Truck drivers rely upon the rest of the population to fulfill their need for companionship."
|link||answered Apr 28 '11 at 23:27 Collane Ramsey Expert|
"Truck drivers need for companionship rest upon the population to supply their needs"
The supply of needed companionship, for lonely truck drivers, rests upon the population.
Truck drivers' need for companionship rest upon the population, to supply.
The needed companionship, of truck drivers, is fulfilled by the population.
The truck drivers, in need of companionship, rely on the population to fill their lonely hours.
Lonely truck drivers are in need of companionship, and, fulfillment of this need is sought amongst the general population.
I could go on all day. It would help, though, if I knew what was surrounding this sentence.
|link comment||answered Apr 29 '11 at 17:45 Arletta Sloan New member|
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