... [plural]); a batsmen (a batsman [singular]); a businessmen (a businessman ...
out (a falling-out [though Wiktionary has both]); a firemen (a fireman [singular]) ...
What's the plural form of businesswoman? Here's the word you're looking for.
Mar 29, 2012 ... The older name for possessives was the genititve case, and in many ways, ... Is it
proper to take an official title and make it singular possessive?
The spelling "businesswoman" is the equivalent of the male "businessman" (
businessperson). ... What is the correct spelling of the singular possessive form of
'business' as in We found the business's contracts? The possessive case (and ...
Mar 27, 2013 ... Much confusion surrounds plural possessives. Is it as simple as adding an
apostrophe to the final -s? What if the plural noun doesn't end in -s?
May 1, 2013 ... In American English, attorneys general is the correct plural form. The British
prefer attorney-generals (the Brits have long hyphenated the ...
noun, plural businessmen. ... Origin of businessman ... The plural business
people is quite widely used, and if you wish to avoid being gender-specific, you
Oct 24, 2013 ... All that is left is to make that plural form possessive. For a singular possessive,
the rule would be to add -'s, but this is not a singular possessive.
This is understandable, because a collective noun can be singular or plural,
depending on a sentence's context. How do you know if a collective noun is
a businesswomen, a businesswoman. a consortia, a ... a phenomena, "a
phenomenon [singular], phenomena [plural]" ... alongside it's, alongside its [