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Possessive Nouns and Pronouns show… OWNERSHIP
Singular and plural nouns will show ownership in different ways.
For Single Nouns: add an apostrophe at the end and follow it with an S. Child ’s
For Plural Nouns that end in S: only add an apostrophe at the end Friends ’ bikes
For Plural Nouns that do not end in an S: add an apostrophe at the end followed by an S Children ’s
Look at the following phrases and determine how they can be made to show ownership.
The cord of the mouse the mouse’s cord
The branches of the tree the tree’s branches
The taste of the pizza the pizza’s taste
The sculptures found in a museum the museum’s sculptures
The strength of the weight lifter the weightlifter’s strength
The temperature of the oven The oven’s temperature
The ball of the child the child’s ball
The noise from the engines The engines’ noises
Possessive Pronouns are specific and do not always add an S
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