Using Apostrophes

The Rules for Using Apostrophes (Video)

Mastering apostrophes is important. Apostrophes are used to show possession (e.g., dog's dinner), in time expressions (e.g., 2 years' pay), in contractions (e.g., isn't) and, on rare occasions, to show plurals (Z's and 2's).

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Video on Possessive Apostrophes (A Neat Trick)

Here is a short video summarizing how to use possessive apostrophes:
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This page was written by Craig Shrives.