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affect vs. effect
Affect vs. Effect http://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/affect-vs-effect-2
Is it "I'm spending the week at my aunt's and uncle's house" or "I'm spending the week at my aunts and uncle's house" or "I'm spending the week at my aunt and uncle's house"?
All of these are correct - in different circumstances.
The first implies you're spending the week at two houses - your aunt's house and your uncle's house.
The second that you're spending the week at the house owned by your uncle and your two (or more) aunts.
And the third that you're spending the week at the house your aunt and uncle share. When something is owned jointly, you only use one apostrophe.
hopefully or hope
Canmean 'I hope'?
impact or impacted
me or I
How to Use Myself
some time, sometime, or sometimes
something or some thing?