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© The possessive apostrophe The possessive apostrophe
© The possessive apostrophe The guitar of Abid = Abid’s guitar Rule Find the owner Abid Add the apostrophe Abid’ Add s if there isn’t one Abid’s guitar
© The possessive apostrophe the car of my parents = my parents’ car Rule Find the owner my parents Add the apostrophemy parents’ Add s if there isn’t one (there is!) my parents’ car
© The possessive apostrophe the boats of the fishermen = the fishermen’s boats Rule Find the ownerthe fishermen Add the apostrophethe fishermen’ Add s if there isn’t one the fishermen’s boats
© The possessive apostrophe Each phrase/sentence needs one possessive apostrophe: write down the noun with its correct possessive apostrophe Marks scarf ’
© The possessive apostrophe ’ ’ Jims jumper Rovers dog lead Write down the noun with its correct possessive apostrophe:
© The possessive apostrophe Write down the noun with its correct possessive apostrophe: My dads trousers.. That schools hockey team.. ’ ’
© The possessive apostrophe Write down the noun with its correct possessive apostrophe: The singers songs were a hit for them. The boys coats were filthy. ’ ’
© The possessive apostrophe Mrs Stevens car is blue. Mr Jones hat looks funny. Write down the noun with its correct possessive apostrophe: ’ ’
© The possessive apostrophe Write down the noun with its correct possessive apostrophe: The sheeps coat was filthy. The mens suits were grey. ’ ’
© The possessive apostrophe Write down the noun with its correct possessive apostrophe: The womens trip was spoilt. A deers horns grow quickly ’ ’
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