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Hyphens and Apostrophes

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Rehan Khan

on 15 October 2012

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By Rehan Khan,Caylen Ricca, Faith VonBargen, Mitchell Bihn, and Robbie Jones Hyphens and Apostrophe's Hyphens Apostrophe's are used for contractions and in possessive cases. Apostrophes One example of a hyphen is "twenty-one".
Any number between twenty-one and ninety-nine use hyphens. They are also used in fractions and subtraction problems.
Example: 333-22=311 What is an example of an hyphen? Without apostrophes, sentences would be longer. Without hyphens, words would be interpreted with different meanings and confuse people. Why we need them.. One example of a apostrophe is when it's used in the word "it's". Apostrophe's are used in contractions such as the one above. Apostrophe's are also used in possessive cases, such as
"That is Richard's toy" What is an example of an apostrophe? We use hyphens way more than you think, we use them to divide words and number's in word form(numbers include twenty-one to ninety-nine).
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