Apostrophes

If a noun is plural and ends with ‘s’, the possessive apostrophe would come after the word, without the addition of another ‘s’. If a noun is plural and does not end with ‘s’, the possessive apostrophe would come after the word, with the addition of an ‘s’. If a noun is singular, the possessive apostrophe is followed by an ‘s’.


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