Ted and Jen's cars or Ted's and Jen's cars?


Shared possessives work like this: if ownership is shared, the owners have to share a single apostrophe and S. So if Ted and Jen share ownership of two cars, those are Ted and Jen's cars. But if Ted has one car and Jen has a different car and you're talking about them together, it's Ted's and Jen's cars. Here's more on shared possessives ...

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