Have you ever wondered how to properly use an apostrophe when two people are involved? Here's the scoop (scoop=important information):
The school and the teacher's goals are the same.
The school's and the teacher's goals are not the same.
Flynn and Damien's car is red.
Flynn's and Damien's cars are red and blue.
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