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After the Vietnam war Bettye Granther, a U.S. Army nurse,

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After the Vietnam war Bettye Granther, a U.S. Army nurse, [#permalink]

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After the Vietnam war Bettye Granther, a U.S. Army nurse, continued her efforts
on behalf of injured Vietnamese children, providing medical care, helping to
reunite estranged families, and the establishment of a fund for the children’s
future education.

(A) the establishment of a fund for the children’s future education
(B) the establishing of a fund for the future education of children
(C) establishing a fund for the children’s future education
(D) establishing a fund for the childrens’ future education
(E) the establishment of a fund for the childrens’ future education

Can anyone please explain the difference between children’s and childrens’ in option (C) and (D)..

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Re: Vietnam war Bettye Granther [#permalink]

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New post 08 Aug 2009, 01:24
Asnwer should be C.
children's education is the right usage and I am not sure childrens makes any sense. I am not aware if any
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C for me also.

I think "children" is already in plural form, therefore doesn't need the "s"
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New post 08 Aug 2009, 07:14
C for me also.

I think "children" is already in plural form, therefore doesn't need the "s"

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