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When would you use customer's and when would you use customers' in a sentance.
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the customer's handbag was stolen - it means the customer handbag was stolen

we are talking about one customer.

If there are many customers, and all of the bags were stolen

Customers' handbags were stolen.

Just wanted clarity.

Also tell me, Customer's subscribe to the offer, they all enjoy the service. Customer's subscription increased by 35%.

Is it right?

Also, Customer's can subscribe to this / Customers' can subscribe to this

i guess the one with s' makes more sense, since ALL of them can subscribe to it?
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It would be: Customers can subscribe to this. (It's not possessive, so no apostrophe)
I am sure you are busy with candidates and customers needs.

CAN YOU SAY" THE CUSTOMER'S ALWAYS RIGHT" . OR MUST IT BE "THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT"

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CAN YOU SAY" THE CUSTOMER'S ALWAYS RIGHT" . OR MUST IT BE "THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT"

Yes. No.

Please do not post entirely in upper case letters.

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Sheenagh When would you use customer's and when would you use customers' in a sentance.
Thanks

Which is grammatically correct?

Customers’ requests

Or customer’s requests

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Thank you to our customers in the past and looking forward to serving you in the future.

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