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Transcript of Apostrophes
For example: The dog's toy
Forming Possessives of Nouns
Possessive Pronouns includes:
If you leave letters out of words, then show you have left them out by putting an apostrophe instead.
- short for
- short for
= you are
make these mistakes:
That tree has pretty leaves. Its leaves are pretty.
Two or more nouns possess
the same thing
For example: Nicole and Claire's
Two or more nouns seperatley
For example: Nicole's and Claire's
Alina Wilson, Sean Chounlamany, Montez Barone
Plural noun possession
For example: The dogs' toy
If the plural noun does not end in
, add an apostrophe plus
Example: The women's party
Forming Possessives of
it's is short for it is or it has
Example 1: It's one of the hardest cources in its history
Example 2: The shark chases it's pray through the ocean
Add an apostrophe plus an
to form the possessive of some indefinite pronouns
Bill would of ate the pears.
Bill would have ate the pears.
Let's sum it UP!
What is an Apostrophe?
How do you use one?
Why are apostrophes