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can I use the apostrophe at the end of a sentence and omit the next word? after voting on XXXX's website I go to YYYYY's and vote with the same account for ZZZZ in those 3 categories ^ In that example I'm omitting ''website'' for YYYYY. Do I need to add the apostrophe or can it be ommited?
9 Th11 2016 13:46
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Hi Rafaela - yes, this is grammatically fine. In the case of YYYY, the word 'website' is already implied by the earlier part of the sentence so no need to repeat the noun twice. Nice one. And yes, you need the apostrophe (YYYY's).
9 tháng 11 năm 2016
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Chinese (Mandarin), English, Portuguese
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