Yours and his event

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Yours and his event

Post by sofaboy » Wed Mar 12, 2014 8:21 pm

I'm composing an email and the sentence I want to write is:

"I attached the videos and pictures I have of yours and Michael's wedding."

For some reason the end of the sentence doesn't sound quite right to me. Is it grammatically correct and is there a better way of phrasing it? I find myself in this predicament too often!

I have one more question: should/could there be a comma after "reason" in the paragraph above?

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Re: Yours and his event

Post by Alan » Thu Mar 13, 2014 3:55 am

I would say of 'your and Michael's wedding'.

(Yes, comma after 'reason').