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13.Apostrophes S-Rule

BOOK-13:S-Rule (Apostrophes)
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Apostrophe (’):Are you uncertain about when to use an apostrophe? Many people have difficulty with this punctuation mark. The best way to get apostrophes right is to understand when and why they are used. There are two main cases – click on the links below to find straightforward guidance:
➥Using apostrophes to show possession , Using apostrophes to show omission. People are often unsure about whether they should use its (without an apostrophe) or it’s (with an apostrophe).For information about this, you can go straight to the section it's or its?
Apostrophes (') can be confusing even for native speakers of English, but they aren’t difficult to master if you can remember a few apostrophe rules. Apostrophes in English serve two basic functions; they show possession, and they indicate that letters have been removed from the original words in the process of forming a contraction. They are not necessary for forming plural nouns or possessive adjectives (my, your, his, her, their, our, its). In the following story, you will see examples of apostrophes being used for both purposes. Pay close attention to where they are and what they’re doing as you read.
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