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Pluralization for possesive?

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Blair Lewis on August 20, 2019

A possessive noun can be singular or plural: . a noun singular form their possessive by adding an apostrophe s('s) until the end of the noun; . a noun in the plural forms of your possessive by the addition of only an apostrophe(') at the end of a plural noun that ends with an s, or anapostrophe s ('s) up to the end of a plural noun that does not endwith s. Examples: the guy at the ticket office (in the singular) children's costumes (plural) from a child's toy (singular) in the area of games for children (in the plural) the doctor's office (in the singular) of the clinic doctors (plural)

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