Celebrities' involvement

IrlandaCis

Member
Russian
I am not sure if I should use the apostrophe in the title of the presentation.

Is it correct or not?

CELEBRITIES' INVOLVEMENT

I mean that celebrities take part in advertising campaigns
 
  • IrlandaCis

    Member
    Russian
    Yes, you need the apostrophe.

    If you hadn't explained the title, I would never have understood what it was supposed to mean. :confused:

    What if I use: Celebrities' participation.
    Will it be clear?

    Thank you a lot for that comment. It is very important one
     

    heypresto

    Senior Member
    English - England
    Either 'participation' or 'involvement' would be OK, if the whole title was Celebrities' Involvement/Participation in Advertising Campaigns'.

    Without ' . . . in Advertising Campaigns' it's too vague - in my opinion.
     

    IrlandaCis

    Member
    Russian
    Either 'participation' or 'involvement' would be OK, if the whole title was Celebrities' Involvement/Participation in Advertising Campaigns'.

    Without ' . . . in Advertising Campaigns' it's too vague - in my opinion.
    Will add it. Thank you so much!
     
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