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
Plural Possessives. To make most nouns plural, add an -s or -es. The -es is
added to words that end in an s or z sound. Do not use an apostrophe. Examples:
Possessive Forms in English. ... Skip to Plural Noun Forms. ... By adding an
apostrophe and an s we can manage to transform most singular nouns into their
possessive form: .... To create their possessive, simply add an apostrophe after
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Feb 19, 2012 ... Short discussion of a few simple rules to help clarify how we form possessives in
Writers use -'s or -s' in their writing to show possession. Let's practice correctly
forming and using possessives in sentences.
We create the possessive form of nouns in a few different ways, depending on
whether the noun is singular or plural and whether a plural noun ends in s.
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In singular possessive terms, place the apostrophe before the "s." This will
indicate ... It therefore has no plural possessive form at all. ... If a singular noun
ends in an "s," use "'s" to create the possessive form only if the noun ends in a "s"
Feb 22, 2013 ... add 's to the singular form of the word (even if it ends in -s): ... For plural, proper
nouns that are possessive, use an apostrophe after the 's': "The ... To use an
apostrophe to create a contraction, place an apostrophe where the ...
A possessive noun shows ownership by adding an apostrophe, an “s,” or both (
e.g. the bicycle is Sue's, not ... Possessive nouns can be either singular or plural.