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Hi,
could somebody comment on the following sentences?

You'll never reach a native speaker's level.
You'll never reach a native speaker level.
You'll never reach the level of a native speaker.

You'll never reach native speakers' level.
You'll never reach the level of native speakers.


I read someting like this:
Pennywise is a punk rock band. For the Stephen King creature, see "It (monster)".
What do you think? Would "For Stephen King's creature, see It" be ok too?

Thanks in advance. Emotion: smile
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«You'll never reach a native speaker level.» — I think it would be OK if you replaced "a" with "the"...

«For Stephen King's creature, see It» — IMHO it is also good, but for such an encyclopedia entry, the adjective usage seems better because it allows for the definite article, which is very suitable in this particluar case.

But the possessive form is OK nevertheless...

P.S.: IMHO.
Yep, probably. I'm always having trouble with possessives. I never know whether to use the 's or the "of"... or nothing at all.

I'd like to know what the natives think, anyway... Emotion: smile