May 11, 2014 ... It seems that we could use any of the options it would be correct. ... period
spanning 4 months = month's (strictly possessive)2) $4000 is a single ...
For singular time periods, we make the possessive form by adding 's. one week's
notice. one month's salary. For plural time periods that already end in s, you ...
When you are dealing with plurals, or words ending with s, it is acceptable to use:
months' rent, ... However, when a plural has a possessive apostrophe we drop
the final s, possibly because it's not something you would pronounce if speaking
Photographs is a plural noun, so it needs to be made singular, resulting in the
word photograph. From there, photograph needs to be possessive, which results
A general tip for checking that your use of apostrophes is correct is to change the
phrase around ... The apostrophe is used to show the possessive form of nouns.
... One month's notice; Six months' notice; A nine-month pregnancy; She is eight ...
Nov 5, 2008 ... Business grammar explanation of inanimate possessive use for time statements,
... In the time of a month = in a month's time (it is only one month). ANSWER: In
two days' time, the answer posted will be grammatically correct.
A possessive noun shows ownership by adding an apostrophe, an "s" or both to
a ... Examples of singular possessive nouns: ... Rafał Kordus • 10 months ago.
Jan 11, 2010 ... Which is correct? ... a. six month's ... This is the plural possessive form — it's a
backlog of six months' worth — so we use the apostrophe after ...
Some possessive nouns are actually personal pronouns. ... Rule #1: Making
singular nouns possessive .... Sujata Kini • 1 month ago. She has lost her book.
Sep 22, 2004 ... Singular: "one month"; so "one month's worth" Plural: "two months", ... for the
duration of three months - nothing needs to be in the possessive.