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English Language Learners Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for speakers of other languages learning English. Join them; it only takes a minute: The genitive is the same as an hour's walk, a day's work. If it's just opinion, that's cool, but I'd love to have that confirmed.
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|Online classifieds independent escorts||This reflects a misunderstanding common among non-native speakers. Thus tonight's entertainment doesn't "belong" to tonight not even metaphorically - such a collocation simply means entertainment that's in some way [closely] connected to tonight because that's when it happensin this specific case. Not sure what you mean by "the plural is still on the table" though - attributive noun usages I'm on day work this week nearly always feature the singular noun form. By accusing me of "s notice" an error, you've port classifieds asian sex Perth me to be defensive. The Saxon genitive 's doesn't necessarily imply ownership, and I don't think it ever implies "personification" over and above anything already implicit in the specific usage context,
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