Rule 2b. Do not use an apostrophe + s to make a regular noun plural. ... Things
can get really confusing with the possessive plurals of proper names ending in s,
We use apostrophes to show possession, form contractions, and make odd
plurals. These are the rules to find and fix apostrophe errors.
The apostrophe ( ' ) has three uses: contractions, plurals, and possessives. ... The
rules below are based on The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition, and are ...
Plural Possessives. To make most nouns plural, add an -s or -es. The -es is
added to words that end in an s or z sound. Do not use an apostrophe. Examples:
Possessive nouns show ownership. Plural nouns show a quantity of more than
one. Plural possessive nouns incorporate the concepts of ownership and "more ...
Want to find out more about English grammar usage possessives? ... Rule
Number 2 – Add an Apostrophe for Plural Possession. In order to indicate plural ...
No matter how many times you learn possessive plural rules, you're likely as not
to forget that they even exist. It might be because you're so used to not using the ...
Four simple rules for using apostrophes correctly in English. ... They are not
necessary for forming plural nouns or possessive adjectives (my, your, his, her,
Want to learn more about the plural possessive noun and its role in grammar? ...
Let's look at how you make a noun plural and possessive and the rules that ...
Many people have trouble distinguishing between possessive nouns and plural
nouns. Possessive nouns and pronouns demonstrate ownership or some similar