I got this doubt that is killing me...

what is the correct form?

somebody’s else accent: What do you understand by this?

somebody else’s accent: [size=150] idem[/size]

everybody’s accent: the same

everybody 's else’s: the same

[color=blue]somebody else’s accent is the correct form

Not quite sure what you want to say here. I guess idem could describe the way Americans pronounce the word [color=blue]item.

What exactly do you mean?

It should read everybody elses’s accent.[YSaerTTEW443543]

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But what I meant was, what was the correct answer among all. and by [color=darkblue]idem: I meant the same which is: “what is the correct form” as in the first question.

Is it clear now? if not, let me now so I can work on my asking skills a little more?

Well, I think this doesn’t make sense.

This is the accent spoken by another person. For example, if the police replay a message on their answering machine in your presence asking you if that was your voice, you may say: No, that’s somebody else’s accent.

This simply describes the accent or accents that is or are spoken by everybody.

It should read [color=blue]everybody else’s accent, no need to add the possessive s twice.[YSaerTTEW443543]

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I got it now thanks a lot.

Hi Torsten

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