What is the rule for using Apostrophe (figure of speech)?

I need a rule for using Apostrophe in English! What is the rule when using Apostrophe (figure of speech)? Like how the rule for personification is "the use of words (diction) that are pleasant to the readers mind or ear."

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One Response to What is the rule for using Apostrophe (figure of speech)?

  1. blue flames says:

    Use the apostrophe to describe ownership
    such as, Kathy’s notebook
    or if the name already has an s the apostrophe goes infront of it
    such as the "Mathews’ residence"

    i’m sorry I was a little confused by your question

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