Apostrophe And Possessive Pronouns
Possessive pronouns don’t require an apostrophe.
Who’s book is that? = Whose book is that?
That book is his’. = That book is his.
No, it’s mine’s! = No, it’s mine!
The cat washed it’s face. = The cat washed its face.
N.B. It’s is a contraction of it is, not a possessive pronoun.
Indefinite pronouns can be made plural.
One – one’s
It is best to mind one’s own business.
One should always look one’s best.
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