The ______ spots will not come off. A possessive noun to go with this sentence. Thank you so much.?
- virtual_cleoLv 72 years ago
- DaveLv 72 years ago
Here's answer one: "The leopard's spots will not come off." That's a possessive noun that fits perfectly in this blank you've given. There's a tiny bit of humor in it too, but that's for you to recognize.
Here's the second answer: "The grease spots will not come off." This is NOT a possessive noun in that slot, but two nouns in sequence, 'grease' and 'spot' which is something English also encourages: the two together often produce a different meaning than the possessive noun + noun that you asked for.
So go with #1, since you asked for that one...Source(s): native AmE
- Anonymous2 years ago
the terrorists have won