Hernandez
Slash's/Slash Hi, there Should I say "Why don't you just buy Slash's signature products, since most of what you do is cover him" or ""Why don't you just buy (the) signature Slash products, since most of what you do is cover him"? Thank you
Nov 14, 2019 1:20 AM
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Hello Hernandez! The first of your two options seems correct to me! The second one is rather confusing, although I could understand what you’re trying to say, it doesn’t seem clear. For possession, you can use “Slash’s” and people will know what you’re saying very clearly! I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any further questions or need further clarification:)
November 14, 2019
Ahhh... thank you for clarifying! I was a bit confused about what you were getting at with your second sentence. Your explanation is very useful. I totally understand what you are asking now, and I would say that your second sentence isn’t completely wrong; I would just prefer the first sentence over the second. Also, I think there is a better way you can phrase your second sentence. I would say, “Since you usually cover him, why don’t you just buy signature Slash products?” Other than that, your sentence isn’t necessarily wrong. Does that help?
November 14, 2019
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