This is something I’m struggling with as someone who is not a native English speaker. Can someone please explain to me when ‘S, S’, or S should be used? Thank you!
When To Use ‘S, S’, Or S?
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s or es is added to the end of count nouns to make them plural. Count nouns refer to people, places, and things that can be counted.
One apple – two apples
‘s or s’ is used to show possession.
If the one possessing is singular, use apostrophe + s (‘s)
Use s + apostrophe (s’) for nouns that always end in the letter s and plural nouns.
The Madrigals’ house
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