Using Apostrophes. Possessive Case. To form the possessive case of most singular nouns, add an apostrophe and an s . Ex. Tony’s problem; a bus’s wheel, a dollar’s worth, Mr. Ross’s job. Note:.
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Let’s Try…Form the possessive case of each of the following nouns. After each possessive word, give an appropriate noun. Example: Teresa – Teresa’s pencil
*If the plural noun doesn’t end in s, add an apostrophe and s.
11. the Smiths
batsLet’s Try…Form the possessive case of each of the following plural nouns.
You’re too busy!
There’s a kite.
They’re tall trees.
Whose bat is that?
Listen to its roar.
Your friend is busy.
That kite is theirs.
Their trees are tall.Don’t be confused~contractions and possessive pronouns are not the same!