Humanity's or humanities plural possessives


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* humanity's history
* cornerstone of humanity's issues and problems (....)
* a wide range of humanity's themes (.....)




* humanities history * a wide range of humanities themes (....) * cornerstone of all humanities issues and problems (....)  

apostrophe possessive asked Jun 04 '14 at 15:18 alu New member

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If you are using the word "humanity" as an adjective, then you would use 'appostrophe s'.  "Humanity's history" is correct. For example, using "the dogs collar" is incorrect, but "the dog's collar" is correct. To show possesives, add an apostrophe.

link comment answered Jun 01 '16 at 14:43 Andrew New member

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