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Hi there! Today I’d like to talk about what you can do before you criticise someone’s apostrophes — and save yourself some grief. This morning I got several emails via this website, all from the same woman (using an alias) … Continue reading
How to use apostrophes in English to show ownership. Part 2 will show how to use apostrophes to replace letters.
Charles teaches us where we should and shouldn’t use apostrophes.
These soldiers attempt to free the apostrophe in the upcoming documentary Apostrophe Now. Visit us at freetheapostrophe.com today!
How to combine a plural noun with the possessive apostrophe, and when top leave the ‘s’ off. Creon’s Grammar Workshops are a series of short videos on academic writing made from the Learning Skills Centre at the University of Canterbury, … Continue reading
The Apostrophe 1. Indicates possession a. If the noun does NOT end in ‘s’, add apostrophe and an ‘s’ b. If the noun is singular and DOES end in ‘s’, and just apostrophe OR apostrophe ‘s’ c. If noun is … Continue reading
Apostrophes are confusing, because they’re used for both contractions and possession. Creon’s Grammar Workshops are a series of short videos on academic writing made from the Learning Skills Centre at the University of Canterbury, in Christchurch, New Zealand.
A short online presentation which explains the difference between Its and It’s. Aimed at those studying for 11+ exams or more generally for those studying key stage 2. As well as a general explanation the presentation includes examples and exercises.
thedoubleclicks.com The Doubleclicks – performing “Apostrophe” with a backing band at Stephen Webber’s annual Westford, MA concert – with a little Meatlof thrown in for good measure. With: Vanessa Collier, Andy Reiner, Susan Webber, Stephen Webber, Tubby Love & Noriko … Continue reading