Hi there - the sentence reads 'Our students biggest thanks go to you.'
students, student's or students' ?
which might be correct, and why? Thank you. Joanne
You do need a comma to indicate possession, but where it goes depends on whether it's one student or more than one:
(1) Our student's biggest thanks go to you. (one student)
(2) Our students' biggest thanks go to you. (more than one student)
A single student has the apostrophe before the s, as in (1), but if there's more than one it goes after the s, as in (2).