anonymous
  • anonymous
whats the difference in one cat's and two cats' as being possessive, basically, I am wondering what this ' at the end of words does.
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  • chestercat
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LiliaKarina
  • LiliaKarina
Apostrophes are used to show possession, the one before the S is for singular possession - "one cat's". To show plural possession, make the noun plural first, then use the apostrophe "two cats'". Sometimes, although names which end in S or S sound are not required to have a second S, it is preferred (only personal names).
anonymous
  • anonymous
This way means something belongs to the cat: The cat's food. This way means something belongs to more than one cat: The cats' food.

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