Yes, except that "meeting" is misspelled.
No, the noun morning is not a plural, it should be a singular possessive form: morning's (the meeting of this morning)Possession is shown by adding an apostrophe s ('s) to the end of the singular noun."Here are the notes from this morning's meeting."
Example sentence - We created a template to use company wide for taking meeting notes.
All the meeting representatives were present; they had prepared their notes and activities and were ready for cooperation in all matters.
I will not participate in the following discussion.
This depends on the rest of the sentence E.g. Your instructors are happy with your progress or Your instructor's watch has gone missing, have you seen it? or Your instructors' meeting was a waste of time as none of them brought their notes
You can find the notes, minutes, and records of their meetings in what is known as the Congressional Record.
Notes from your last meeting. apex
No, the pronouns 'his or her' is incorrect.The pronoun their is correct because the antecedent (presenters) is plural."Most presenters spoke without looking at theirnotes."
Meeting minutes is a term used for the notes made during a meeting or hearing. They usually describe the meeting, the attendees, and a resolution to any issues.
The agenda for a meeting refers to points to be discussed.