Which of the following are correct and why are they and others aren't?
- This year's crops are much better.
- These year's crops are much better.
- This employees' boss is much better.
- These employees' boss is much better.
Can I say, "These N. Chomsky's books are amazing!"? And at the same time, could I also say, "This man's books are amazing!".
Generally, I am trying to understand when can one link a determiner to the possessive_noun and when can one link the determiner to the possessed_noun.
In "year's crops", "year's" is possessive noun and "crops" is the possessed noun.