Which is correct ..."Few braggadocio's" or "A few braggadocio's"
Whether you use "few" or "a few" really depends on the context of your sentence. Consider the following.Few braggadocios have the nerve to actually back up their boasting. - "few" meaning not manyA few braggadocios sat at the bar trying to outdo each other. - "a few" meaning those particular characters
The correct pronunciation should be a few braggadocios. A few means more than one but indefinitely small in number while few mean a small number of. Few is used with plural nouns only.
Drop the apostrophe, unless you are referring to possessions or traits of said braggadocios. Sorry, pet peeve of mine. Other than that, go with FatKenney.