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: Triangle Grammar Guide

How to make nouns possessive

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A reader asked for a post about using apostrophes to make possessives. Here are the basic rules: * Add 's to all singular common nouns and to plural common nouns that don't end in s: the boy's toys, a day's time, the boss's husband, the children's clothes. * Add ' (apostrophe only) to plural common nouns that end in s: the boys' toys, the churches' disagreement The Associated Press Stylebook notes this exception: Add 's to singular nouns that end in s EXCEPT when the next word begins read more

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Full post as published by Triangle Grammar Guide on June 11, 2008 (boomark / email).

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