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It’s funny that Sarah has’nt been able to find Joe’s book yet. It’s funny that Sarah hasn’t been able to find Joe’s book yet. Its funny that Sarah hasn’t been able to find Joes’ book yet. Its funny that Sarah hasn’t been able to find Joe’s book yet.
I know it's not A. So that's the only one I can eliminate of the answer choices. Besides that I'm not sure it could easily be B, C or D. I was leaning toward C, but I could easily be wrong. What do you think @Awolflover1
hmm..i was thinking C too
i would say b...it's is a contraction there so the sentence would read out like: It is funny that Sarah has not been able to find Joe's book yet (Joe's is possessive)
ahh you got a point ^ i was thinking B and C, but im going with B...
It is B
It's=it is hasn't=has not Joe's=possesive=belongs to Joe
B would be correct
please help Which sentence contains a nonessential adjective clause? The coach explained the rules that the officials revised in 2010. The coach who is an expert in the sport explained the revised rules to us. After explaining the rules to us, the coach released us to the field. The officials revised the rules, which the coach explained to us before practice