Anonymous Asked: August 25, 20212021-08-25T09:48:43+05:30 2021-08-25T09:48:43+05:30In: LanguageWhat is the difference between the words client’s, clients, and clients’?What is the difference between the words client’s, clients, and clients’?clients 1 AnswerVotedOldestRecent Anonymous 2021-08-26T14:05:39+05:30Added an answer on August 26, 2021 at 2:05 pm Answer: In the above statement, all three terms are utilized to contrast their applications.A collection of persons who do business with a professional is referred to as a client [plural].Client’s [singular possessive] is used to demonstrate possession of an item or a single client’s thought (displeasure).The plural possessive [clients’] is used to indicate possession of objects or thoughts (representatives) belonging to several clients.Example:In a meeting of that professional’s clients’ representatives, one client’s dissatisfaction with his services sparked an escalating argument among all of his clients’ representatives.1Reply Share ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on WhatsAppLeave an answerLeave an answerCancel reply Featured image Select file Browse Add a Video to describe the problem better. Video type YoutubeVimeoDailymotionFacebook Choose from here the video type. Video ID Put Video ID here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdUUx5FdySs Ex: "sdUUx5FdySs". Answer Anonymously Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Related Questions What should I say, "Which of the following…" or "Which of the followings…"? Which sentence is correct, “Did you go to school” or “Did you went to school”? Is the word man's plural or singular? What is the past tense of "read"? What is correct to demonstrate possessive: Chris' or Chris's? Is "is" a verb? What is the plural of curriculum? Has always been or had always been?