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Guest:Please advise which is correct in the following sentence: I can get three month's worth of medication at a time. OR: I can get three months' worth of medication at a time. Thanks so much.
Plural: "two months", "three months", etc.; so "two months' worth", "three months' worth", etc.
one dollar's worth; two dollars' worth; one day's worth; several days' worth; etc.
Hope that helps.
Anonymous:What about Schwab Capital Markets?
Schwab Capital Markets' plan was not sustainable.
Or should it be "Market's"
AnonymousWhat about Schwab Capital MarketsIf Markets is part of the name and always ends in an 's', then it would be Schwab Capital Markets' plan.
However, if it was Schwab Capital Market, then it would be Schwab Capital Market's plan.
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