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Grammar Mini Lesson: Possessive Apostrophes

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Anna Dlesk

on 26 September 2013

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Transcript of Grammar Mini Lesson: Possessive Apostrophes


Katniss
Plural noun ends in -s
add

after the
-s
Tribute
s
= more than one tribute
The tribute
s

arms are crossed because
they want to look intimidating.
Tributes
Plural nouns with no -s
add
's
at the end
Children = plural noun
The children
's
faces are fearful because they
do not want to be picked.
District 12 Children
Peeta's bread got lost.
Katniss's arrow is very pointy.
Katniss and Gale's siblings miss them.
Gale and Katniss's snares catch a lot of rabbits.
The Tributes' lives were lost in the arena.
The District 12 children's blood is taken.
Let's Review!
Singular noun ends in -s
add
's
after the last
-s
Katnis
s
= one person
Katnis
s
's
best survival skill is hunting.
Singular noun that
doesn’t
end in -s
add
‘s
at the end
Peeta = one person
Peeta
's
face is dirty because there are no showers
in the Hunger Games.
Peeta
Katniss and Gale
Shared possession
add
‘s
at the end of the
2nd
noun
Katniss + Gale = 2 nouns
Katniss and
Gale
's
friendship is very
complicated.
May the Apostrophes
be ever in your favor
Just for fun!
Can you find the apostrophe error???
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