To possess something means to have or own something. Possessive nouns
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ending in 's', or to use the possessive noun
with regular plurals, place the apostrophe directly after the 's'. The placement of the apostrophe in a possessive
pronoun indicates whether the possessive noun
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3) helps students remember the rule for forming singular and plural possessives.
A possessor can be a noun (boy's, girl's, John's, dogs') or a pronoun (my, his, ...