Leur or leurs?

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-"Leur" is used when the possesed object/person is singular, but the posessor is plural.

example 1: Leur amie est belle. "Their friend is beautiful"                        (possesed=friend, singular; possesor=they, plural)

-"Leurs" is used when both the possesed object/person and the posessor are plural.

example 2: Leurs amies sont belles. "Their friends are beautiful"

(possesed=friends, plural; posessor=they, plural)

 

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