'Daniel’s and Nikita’s family': Possessive again…


[size=84]Belatedly doing my homework (writing essay for tomorrow :)[/size])
I can’t write what I would like to write :slight_smile:

Imagine that you are talking about two brothers, Daniel and Nikita (in Russian ‘Nikita’ is a male name).
How to use possessive correctly for ‘Daniel’s and Nikita’s family’ (not using ‘their’)

Hi Tamara

I’d say Daniel and Nikita’s family.

Happy homeworking. :smiley:

Thanks! :lol:

By the way, it was my first version which I even hesitated to publish :lol:

Thank you, indeed, Amy. :smiley: