A possessive noun shows ownership by adding an apostrophe, an "s" or both to
a noun. See some examples of possessive nouns in this article.
Learn more about possessive nouns. Our lessons offer detailed explanations
along with exercises to test your knowledge.
Examples of possessive nouns. Forming possessive nouns with apostrophes.
See the definition of Possessive Noun in Grammar Monster's list of grammar
The possessive form is used with nouns referring to people, groups of people,
countries, and animals. It shows a relationship of belonging between one thing ...
Believe it or not, in the English language showing the possessive form of nouns
is rather straightforward. In most cases (with singular nouns) all that is needed is
This animated reading and writing movie teaches kindergarten to 3rd grade
students different ways to make singular and plural nouns possessive.
Possessive nouns can be confusing. Do you add 's or just ' to the word? That
depends on whether the noun is singular or plural. For a singular noun, you add '
A possessive noun is a noun that names who or what has something. Add an
apostrophe and s ('s) to form the possessive of most singular nouns.
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The class teacher was very young." It should be " The ...