Oct 3, 2011 ... What is the correct possessive for nouns ending in s? Before you ... If you want an
exception that actually ends with an 's', bass (the fish) is one.
This is an example of a singular possessive noun - there is only one Bob who
owns ... For instance, the word 'bass', which is pronounced 'base' (at least when ...
To make a singular noun possessive, we simply add an apostrophe and an s. ...
The soprano's voice is the highest in the four-part chorus; the bass's is the ...
The rule that plural nouns ending in s form the possessive by adding only an ...
Pertinent examples include “the bass's stripes” and (in 7.16) “Kansas's legislature
How to Present the Singular Possessive & Plural Possessive for Units of Time ...
end in "s", you still add an apostrophe "s" to the end (boss's office or bass's gills).
Possessive Singular. General. ☼ To make a singular word possessive, add an
apostrophe and an s. a princess's gown a princess's slipper. Bass's guide.
But some proper names that are plural in form take a singular verb: Brooks
Brothers is holding a sale. PLURAL IN ... Use a possessive form after both words
if the objects are individually owned: Fred's and Sylvia's books. .... a bass's
Jul 24, 2008 ... boss's is correct. Excerpt from Elements of Style: Form the possessive singular of
nouns with 's. -Derek. Check out the Sunday night Flash ...
Single possessive of a noun or proper name ending in "s": bass's (NOT bass'), ... -
Nouns plural in form but singular in meaning add only an ...
Nov 28, 2012 ... Woods is the last name of the family. Which is correct? The Woods went to the fair
or The Woodses went to the fair.