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I had two coaches?
two coaches is max for each team
The possessive form of the plural noun coaches is coaches'.The apostrophe at the end of the word indicates that something belongs to two or more coaches.Example: You'll find the coaches' offices at the end of the corridor.
No, the word coaches is the plural form of the singular noun coach.The plural possessive form is coaches'. The apostrophe at the end of the word indicates that something belongs to two or more coaches.Example: You'll find the coaches' offices at the end of the corridor.
John Rauch and Vince Lombardi
Stram & Lombarti
Penn State football has had only two coaches in the past 55 years. Rip Engle from 1950 thru 1965 and Joe Paterno from 1966 on.Florida State football has had two coaches in the last 35 years exactly: Bobby Bowden and Jimbo Fisher.
two referees, and the coaches of course
It would depend on whether it was used in the singular or plural. If it was an award for a single coach, it would be coach's but if it referred to an award earned jointly by two or more coaches, it would be coaches', with the apostrophe after the s.
The two-guard is the shooting guard. The name comes from the numbers coaches use to reference the five positions on the floor in basketball. The one is the point guard, the two is the shooting guard, the three is the small forward, the four is the power forward, and the five is the center.
Your coach is watching you right now. Let's ride up in the train's penthouse coach! Your coach awaits without, Sire.