Where do you put the apostrophe in a possessive noun?

Answer With singular nouns, the apostrophe is added at the end of the noun and then an "s" is added after it. If a plural noun ends in "s," add the apostrophe after the "s." If it doesn't end in an "s," a... Read More »

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How to Use a Possessive Apostrophe at the End of a Name?

Possessive apostrophes lessen some of the confusion in the complex English language. Possessive apostrophes for names indicate that someone possesses something. Unfortunately, as with most grammar ... Read More »

Does an apostrophe go after the word its to make it possessive?

The word "its" belongs to a group known as possessive pronouns, along with "his," "hers," "yours" and several other pronouns. The Purdue University Online Writing Lab reports that "its" represents... Read More »

How to Write the Possessive Form of a Noun?

Many students find writing possessive nouns confusing. They are unsure where to place the apostrophe or they do not understand the difference between nouns with or without apostrophes. Nouns includ... Read More »

How to Write a Common Noun for Each Proper Noun?

Nouns are words that describe a person, place or thing. They can be identified as common nouns for more general words which are only capitalized at the beginning of a sentence or proper nouns for m... Read More »