Video: Creating Possessive Nouns
The position of the apostrophe in a noun (to indicate possession of something) often causes problems for learners. Yet the rules are simple. In fact, learners only need to decide whether the possessive noun is singular or plural and whether or not it ends in an “s” in its written form.
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