Jun 3, 2019

[Answer] 8. I almost forgot possessive nouns. What punctuation mark indicates the noun is possessive (in most cases)?

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...1. apostrophe 2. hyphen 3. comma 4. no punctuation is used Apostrophes are used in possessives, and they are also used in contractions. That is why there is often some confusion between using its or it's. Its shows possession, while it's is the contraction for it is. But its and it's are pronouns and they are in another PAPAVINC quiz.




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