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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_possessive

In English, possessive words or phrases exist for nouns and most pronouns, as well as some ... Singular nouns ending in s can also form a possessive regularly by adding 's, as .... IV); that poor mother of mine (Thackery, "Barry Lyndon", chapter I); Any Friend of Nicholas Nickleby's is a Friend of Mine, and frequent uses of the ...

www.quora.com/Which-one-is-the-correct-possessive-form-Nicholas-or-Nicholass

I wrote this post in February 2015 as a result of another question: Possessing your name ... What are the possessive forms of singular/plural proper nouns ending with the letter "s"? For example, would it be “Chris's” or “Chris'”? Which one is the ...

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Aug 4, 2016 ... For singular possessive nouns the general rule is to add an 's' along with ... This means that 'Nicholas' journal article' is the correct form when ...

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What's up with the possessive form of "Thomas," "Chris," and other names that end in "s"? When it comes to names that end in “s” (Nicholas, Chris, James, Morris, Thomas, etc.), forming the ... A singular name is a singular name. Right, James?

www.proz.com/forum/linguistics/132035-possessives_for_names_ending_in_s.html

Apr 4, 2009 ... Discussion among translators, entitled: Possessives for names ending in S. Forum name: ... UPS (United Parcel Service) as a singular form should take an apostrophe and "s", thus "UPS's". ... Nicholas' or Nicolas's [...]"

www.englishforums.com/English/PossessiveNameEndingS/jcdch/post.htm

It is pronounced 'Nicholas-ess', and actually, modern names should take the 's: Nicholas's. Its omission is only used for certain classical and ...

www.really-learn-english.com/possessive-forms.html

We form possessives from singular nouns by adding an apostrophe ( ' ) and an ... singular noun + 's = possessive form ... Nick = Nick's daughter is 6 years old.

northampton.edu/Documents/CampusLife/LearningCenter/Plurals_and_Possessives.pdf

To form the possessive of any singular proper noun, add an apostrophe and an s: Mary's beauty. St. Nicholas's jolly laugh. To form the possessive of a plural ...

www.dummies.com/education/language-arts/grammar/how-to-show-possession-for-nouns-that-end-in-s

Singular nouns that end in s present special problems. Imagine that your ... Sentence B is correct because Woodses is a plural, not a possessive. In sentence A ...