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Possessives are forms that we use to talk about possessions and relationships between things and people. They take different forms depending on how they are used.

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Hello wonderful Team, thank you for prompt response, last night I read an article, the writer used the word water in plural form, i.e he wrote (waters), now, is it possible to say such expression?

Hello Adil,
Happy to help! If you look up 'water' or 'waters' in the dictionary box at the right of this web page, you should find the answer to your question there. Remember to scroll down the page to check all the definitions.
If you're still unclear after reading it, ask us your specific question here.
Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team

(Do ( Abdurrahman is my elder brother) and ( Abdurrahman is my older brother
have the same meaning?

Hello zagrus!
Yes, that's right, but elder is a little old fashioned these days - we're more likely to just say older.
Jeremy Bee
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi, I have a question, the word information always confuses me, can it be in plural form (informations) or it is only in singular form?

Hello Adil,
'Information' is uncountable, so we don't say 'informations', except in a very specific legal situation that 99.9% of people will never encounter. You can talk about 'pieces of information' etc.
Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team

Idont now

Could you explain to me what the difference between " each other"  and " one another" When I see a sentence  about this,  I don't decide which one is convenient for the sentence. Thank you so much.

If the subject is singular and the object is plural,how can i use apostrophe?
eg.The boy cars

thank u soo much for those lessons