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Grammar Week 15

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Singular Possessive Noun
Shows possession or ownership, has an apostrophe and s at the end.
Ex-The girl's poem was submitted to the school paper. (Poem belongs to the girl)
Plural Noun
There are two or more of something. (No apostrophe and doesn't own anything)
Ex-Our three cats are afraid of thunder.
Comparing Singular Possessive Nouns and Plural Nouns
To determine which noun is in the sentence, ask this question:
"Does the ____________________ own something in this sentence?"
Yes--> What is owned? If something is owned, then it is a singular possessive noun. (Hint: look for an apostrophe and s) Ex-dancer's
No-->How many are there? If there is more than one, then it is a plural noun. Ex-dancers