Apostrophes with the name of a couple


Senior Member
USA - English
Is this correct? I have been searching online but have not found this exact issue covered anywhere.

Carla and Ramón Coscarelli's passion

Carla and Ramón are a couple and their last name is Coscarelli.
  • Jim in Phila

    Senior Member
    American English
    You are using the apostrophe correctly here. When writing about a couple's first names, you could write Carla and Ramon's passion.


    Senior Member

    Carla and Ramón Coscarelli's passion

    I suppose you're asking whether it's evident that it's a shared passion, by both of them.

    I'd say yes.