The correct plural possessive form is: B. the men's plans (the plans of a number
of men) ... Which one of the following is a correct example of the singular
possessive caseA women's club B audiences' reaction C who's job D king's rights
Oct 17, 2012 ... Which one of the following is a correct example of the plural possessive case? A.
woman's plans. B. it's place. C. men's plans. D. stone's throw
Which one of the following is a correct example of the singular possessive case?
1.women's club 2.audiences' reaction 3.who's job 4.king's ...
May 12, 2013 ... X-case. Use the regular apostrophe s: "Alex's" is correct. S-case ... I have never
heard of an apostrophe following an x with no s following it. ... For example, one
would say "That is Dolores's car," but you would say "That is the lions' pen. ...
word to pronounce the possessive, wh...
The following examples show correct usage for questions that arise frequently, ...
One month's notice; Six months' notice; A nine-month pregnancy; She is eight ...
to remove the potential confusion between the plural of "A" and the word "as", but
the ... In this case sports is not a possessive – it's not ...
Examples: one mother's children v. two mothers' children ... I wouldn't mix the
plural possessive with a singular noun following as in “our hearts' desire.” ..... An
argument could be made for “The Smiths' house,” in which case the apostrophe
would .... The phrase “every mom's desire” is correct with the added ap...
If the noun does not end in -s (in most cases this means it is singular), add -'s. ... If
the noun is singular and ends in -s, add -'s, as in the following examples: ... One
common deviation occurs when only an apostrophe is added to proper nouns ...
Do not use an apostrophe in nouns that are plural but not possessive, such as ...
Nov 3, 2011 ... One of these is the Latin phrase et al., an abbreviation meaning ... Note that et al.
is italicized in this post when I am using it as a linguistic example, ... The correct
in-text citations would be written as follows for all ... Avoid the following common
incorrect ways of citing these .... Isn't it the case that i...
Here are some examples of possessive pronouns used in sentences: ... One
thing that can be confusing is the use of possessive adjectives with gerunds. ...
The correct way is to use a possessive pronoun. Here is ... What is the meaning
of the following : they are of me? ... This often forces the incorrect use of the plural
Plural nouns indicate more than one person, place or thing. ... For example:
Jennifer's ... If the sentence does not make sense, reach for the possessive case
and use instead “its.” ... Correct, each noun still belongs to the person in question.