Both can be used grammatically correct depends on the word Butcher.
"Butchers' shop" if Butchers is the owner of the shop.
"Butcher's shop" if Butcher is the owner.
A meat shop is called a Butchers
No, "will be had" is not a correct grammar. The correct grammar would be "will have."
No, it is correct grammar, not a correct grammar.
"On a train" is correct grammar.
no_____If the sentence is You do do that (meaning You are in the habit of doing that) the grammar is perfectly correct and the sentence 'does have correct grammar'.
"July has just been started" is not correct grammar, instead the correct grammar is "July has just started."
A store that sells meat is a butcher shop.
This will be an exciting month is correct grammar.
The grammar is correct as it is.
Yes, that is correct grammar.
yes it is correct grammar