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Stephanie Lewis P6-12\14\17
Using an apostrophe is pretty simple. It all depend on whether it is a noun, or if it is singular or plural. All of that can depend on one simple word. They are called
Singular Possession
Plural Possession
Contractions
~To use a Singular Possessions you have to take a singular noun like an object. So if you were to say you had a friend who was missing something, The correct way to say it using the apostrophes would be by saying, Bob’s phone is missing. That would be correct because your making it his phone because it belongs to him.
~To use a Plural Possession you would have more of one of something. If the word that you chose has an S at the end of it Like oranges and turtles, then you would add an apostrophe to the end like oranges’ or turtles’. If the word doesn't have a s on the end like apple or pear, then you add an apostrophe before the S like apple’s amd pear’s.
~To use Contractions would be your everyday words like I’m, aren’t, can’t, won’t. Those are easy enough to use. The only thing you have to remember is that the apostrophe comes before the last letter of the word.

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Apostrophe Wollenberg
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