Using Apostrophes

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Apostrophe: You should also add an Apostrophe and an s to plural forms that do not end in –s Examples: the children’s toy the geese’s feathers

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The information in this handout was developed by Armstrong Assistant English Professor Mary Anne B. Brock. Armstrong Atlantic State University
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