‘s or s’


apostrophe  ‘s  – indicates possession or ownership for singular nouns.

 s’  apostrophe – indicates possession or ownership for plural forms of nouns that end with – s.


EXAMPLES

My  company’s office  is here.

Our  companies’ offices  are here.


This  movie’s  director has received a lot of criticism.

These  movies’ directors  have received a lot of criticism.


Let’s have a meeting with this  story’s author.

Let’s have a meeting with these  stories’ authors.


Every  student’s parents  must attend this event.

Many of our  students’ parents  will be attending this event.