Apostrophe


Apostrophe   ‘  .


When to use ‘Apostrophe’ – .

1. Apostrophe ‘s – is used to indicate possession or ownership for singular nouns.

Examples .

  • My company’s office is here.
  • This movie’s director has received a lot of criticism.

2. s’ apostrophe – is used to indicate possession or ownership for plural forms of nouns that end with – ‘s’.

Examples.

  • Our companies’ offices are here.
  • These movies’ directors have received a lot of criticism.

3. apostrophe ‘ s / apostrophe ‘ t – are sometimes also used to create short forms of some words.

Examples .

  • He’s – is short for – ‘he is.‘, or ‘he has’ .
  • They’re – is short for – ‘they are’, or ‘they were’ .
  • I’m – is short for – I am .
  • Doesn’t – is short for – does not .
  • Isn’t – is short for – is not .

   etc.