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The singular possessive form of the noun army isarmy's. example: The army's ammunition is on the way..

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The plural form for the noun army is armies. The plural ... The singular possessive form is heart's; the plural possessive form is hearts'. 3 people found this useful.

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The singular possessive form is military's. ... The possessive form for the singular noun boy is boy's. Example: The boy's bicycle has a flat tire. 1 person found this ...

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Jun 16, 1998 ... Military is almost always a singular word -- "The military is not interested. ... a "t") -- and it might have meant gardens' (as in plural possessive), ...

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knife, knife's. knives, knives'. day, day's. days, days'. porch, porch's. porches, porches'. school, school's. schools, schools'. student, student's. students, students '.

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Oct 23, 2007 ... Plural and Possessive Forms with Names Ending in y ... army / armies ..... However, “county's” is a singular possessive that cannot be correct ...

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Q. When referring to “the corps” as in the Army Corps of Engineers or the Peace ... 7.19 for the possessive of nouns that are plural in form, singular in meaning.

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Oct 16, 2015 ... *Three seems both unrealistic, and in the specific example I used you could make a case for adding a fourth United State's Army's but I think ...

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A collective noun is a noun that can be singular in form whilst referring to a group of ... Groups of people - army, audience, band, choir, class, committee, crew, ...

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certain words should be used with singular or plural verbs and pronouns. See also ... Moses' law, Socrates' life, Tennessee Williams' plays, Xerxes' armies.