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I wonder if someone could please help? I've got myself a little stuck when it comes to the following sentence and would like to know if I need to put an apostrophe after the word months?

'Where else do you have the opportunity to make months worth of new contacts in just two days?'

Many, many thanks!
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An apostrophe is required when expressing time or quantity as in:

one week's time
two months' notice
four yards' worth

Your sentence should be:

Where else do you have the opportunity to make months' worth of new contacts in just two days?
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Guest,
It would be wise to follow Dave's answer. The first answer you got is not correct.

Not every instance of possession in English is represented by the apostrophe or apostrophe + s.

The examples you posted are exceptions to a rule.

Miriam
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Hi,
i feel that there is no need to use apostrophe in the sentence u have mentioned.
the reason is that in ur sentence, "month" is used in plural sense ie in just 2 days, u can get contracts worth many months. hence there is no need to use any apostrophe.
hope that helps
That's great! Thanks ever so much for your help.
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Another handy way to determine if apostrophes are needed is if there's any posession going on. In this case, worth is posessed by months so months requires the apostrophe.
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