Which one of the following is correct?

  1. Be the reason of someone's smile.

  2. Be the reason of someone smile.

Million of thanks.

  • (2) does not make sense. – Kate Bunting Apr 10 at 11:35

I'm sorry, couldn't use comments. I agree with Kate Bunting's comment that the second sentence does not make sense. The first sentence is having apostrophe(') which indicates possession person's smile = smile of a person. Thus, in my opinion, making the first sentence more meaningful.

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