Today, we want to go over just a few of the rules related to apostrophes, and their use for showing possession of something. So, you’ve got a noun that possesses something else, and you want to show possession.

Sometimes, it can be confusing to know where exactly to put that apostrophe. Before the “s“, after the “s“, do I add an extra “s“?

And so, we just want to go over not all the rules related to the use of apostrophes, but just a few of the select ones, and I’ve got them on the board here behind me. So, we’re going to go over those briefly.

Once again, apostrophes, related to possession, not apostrophes in contractions or things like this, but to show possession.

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