The apostrophe.

APOSTROPHE

Like the comma, the apostrophe wields amazing power. The talented little dot-and-tail combination (though written at the top of the line, not at the bottom like the comma) can change pronouns to verbs, tell you who owns what, replace a small handful of letters, and make plurals. It comes from the Greek words meaning to turn from or omission.

After commas, apostrophes seem to be the most misused punctuation mark; grammar vigilantes have their work cut out for them.

Earlier, we wrote about how apostrophes are used. Check out that post here.

Get more fun posts
Get more fun posts weekly

Want more good reads?

Get the best stories delivered to you each week.

Comments 0
0 comments

Want more good reads?

Get the best stories delivered to you each week.

Embed Code

Copy code below to embed this post to your site.