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Possessive nouns are used to show possession (owning, or having).
The dog's collar is too large. The word "dog's" is the possessive noun. It tells you that the noun "collar" belongs to the dog.
The dog's collar is too large. The dog owns, or possesses the collar. Add 's to the end of a singular noun to make it possessive.
We saw the children snowman. Is children showing ownership? Yes. Just add 's to the end of it since it’s a plural noun that does not end with an s.
We saw the children’s snowman. This is the correct way to write the plural possessive for children.
My sisters' names are Kate and Nikki. sisters + ' Optional: If the noun is plural and ends with an s, add 's or add only the apostrophe (').
Can you find the noun in each sentence that should be possessive? Write it correctly on your paper.
1. The Pilgrims ship was uncomfortable.
2. A sincere person compliment is a valuable gift.
3. Mrs. Graves class has a great website.
4. Your brother attitude got him in trouble.
5. The little babies nursery had five beds.
6. I didn’t know I was eating your cat tuna.
7. The girls outfits were exactly the same.
8. We were proud of Chris performance.
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