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Possessive Noun Worksheets - Super Teacher Worksheets
Plural means “more than one.” English handles these things more simply than many languages. You already know the basic rules: most take an s or es at the end; singular nouns ending in y usually end in ies in the plural. Our don't change form at all. There are a handful of irregular nouns — child, children; woman, women — but native speakers learn the important ones early, and non-native speakers can find a list of them easily enough.
UKS2 Use Brackets, Dashes or Commas to Indicate Parenthesis
Apostrophe () The mark ['] used to denote that a word is contracted (as in ne'er for never, can't for can not), and as a sign of the possessive, singular and plural; as, a boy's hat, boys' hats. In the latter use it originally marked the omission of the letter e.