Questions tagged with possesive

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Plural possesive: bodies'
If I understand the rules, the correct possesive form of the biochemistry of our bodies would be our bodies' biochemistry. ...
plural possesive apostrophe bodies 0 votes, asked Nov 24 by YossiD
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apostrophe question
Hi, I am offering meditations for children. *I* have written the meditations to be *used* by children, to be *listened*to* ...
apostrophe object possesive plural 0 votes, asked Nov 11 by minimedi .com
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possesive
Hi! What is correct: dog's beach, dog beach or dogs' beach and why? Thank you for your answer!
possesive 0 votes, asked Jul 28 by crveni
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Proper apostrophe location?
Hi there! Where does the apostrophe go in this situation? Post show information on each station’s Facebook page. This is ...
apostrophe possesive 0 votes, asked Feb 19 by Katie McKinney
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Your versus You're
Your or You’re- I am so frustrated with this!!!! I can’t figure out what the difference is. When I type ...
you your yours possesive pronoun 0 votes, asked Aug 25 '13 by Lina Newbride
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Possessive of s/ss Nouns
I looked this up in The Chicago Manual of Style, but did not get a clear answer whether the possessive ...
possesive nouns 0 votes, asked May 22 '13 by Rochelle Weber
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Plural Possessive
What would the plural possessive of "competitor's" be? EX: (single competitor) "They will purchase your product, or your competitor's!" (many ...
plural possesive 0 votes, edited May 22 '13 by sherry
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's Usage
When we need " 's " after two consequent names, do we use one for each of them? Example: The ...
possesive s 0 votes, asked Apr 26 '13 by mahsa
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public's eye or public eye
He wanted to get his book out in the public's eye. -OR- He wanted to get his book out in ...
possesive hyphen plural 0 votes, asked Mar 15 '13 by Laura Adair
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Singular and plural possesives
Hi, I have looked in my dictionary for an answer to this question but can't find it. I am wanting ...
plural possesive 0 votes, asked Mar 06 '13 by Lee
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