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...and apostrophe warriors. A slight blip in the bonce area has left me struggling with my own language. In the following title, is the apostrophe in the right place?

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On 4/28/2017 at 8:33 PM, MauriceMynah said:

It does lead me to ask which of the following is grammatically correct?...

"The broads is a good holiday destination" or "The broads are a good holiday destination" 

M M stop worry about gramma the spring is springing go get on the boat, and worry not about gramma till next winter time's


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Sorry Charlie, worrying about grammar is something I does. All of the time I does it, never getting off of my soap box. My sister is the same and wouldn't of minded me saying so. I've gotten to terms with 'split infinitives' now being exceptable, but feel that apostrophe warrier's are still kneeded.

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