What possessed us to write a grammar guide to apostrophes? After seeing the umpteenth inappropriately placed apostrophe, the expert proofreaders at Writer’s Relief wanted to share a few tips about when to use this punctuation mark and how to get it right every time....
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Apostrophes: Grammar Rules For Showing Possession
How to use apostrophes with nouns, pronouns, abbreviations, last names, first names, contractions, and more. Also, apostrophes and dual (or joint) owners. When to end a word in s, s’, ‘s, es, es’. Writer’s Relief grammar help.
What are contractions and how to correct common contraction mistakes. How to correctly use and punctuate contractions with apostrophes. Children’s or childrens, your or you’re, whose or who’s, its or it’s, etc.
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