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Hi,

I'm a little confused as to which one I should be using in the following sentence.

A) I walked into the the teachers' lounge.
Or
B) I walked into the the teacher's lounge.

Any advice would be welcomed.
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No doubt both are in use on teachers' rooms' doors around the country, but I would choose A, since there are several teachers.
Mister MicawberNo doubt both are in use on teachers' rooms' doors around the country, but I would choose A, since there are several teachers.
What do you think of this: mens room; teachers lounge; Mariners (baseball team) game - making them function as adjectives rather than as possessives?
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Well, 'mens' wouldn't be the plural functioning as an adjective, would it? That would be 'men room'.
Mister MicawberWell, 'mens' wouldn't be the plural functioning as an adjective, would it? That would be 'men room'.
I can live with that!
Hi,

If I were to say:
I pulled one of the pupils' chairs over.
Would you say that was correct? Or would pupil's be the right choice?

Thanks
Ryan
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