The singular possessive form of the noun army is army's. example: "The army's
ammunition is on the way.".
Military is almost always a singular word -- "The military is not interested. ... (with
an "e," not a "t") -- and it might have meant gardens' (as in plural possessive), ...
Collective nouns ( committee, team, squad, army, class, and the like) refer to ...
Similarly, you need a singular possessive pronoun when the collective noun is ...
army audience board cabinet class committee company corporation, council
department ... How do you tell if a collective noun is singular or plural? What
A possessive noun shows ownership by adding an apostrophe, an “s,” or both (
e.g. the bicycle is Sue's, not Mark's). Possessive nouns can be either singular or ...
Third Person Subjective. Objective. Possessive. Singular. he, she, him, her, its
who, whom. his, hers, its whose. Plural. they, them. theirs ...
United States is a singular noun and takes singular verb forms; for example, we
say ... treated as a singular noun, it's treated as plural when made possessive. ...
Another delicate issue here is the United States' role in the 1973 military coup.
Rule #1: Making singular nouns possessive .... In the Army we have a Mess
belonging to Warrant Officers and Sergeants - known as The Warrant Officers'
1 [countable + singular or plural verb] a large organized group of soldiers who
are trained to fight on land The two opposing armies faced each other across the
What's the plural form of army? Here's the word you're looking for.