To show that a person possesses something, add an
apostrophe(’) and –s to a singular noun.
Possessive noun, singular = noun + apostrophe + ’s
My friend’s car is blue.
The student’s book is red.
We usually add ’s to a person or an animal to show
ownership or relationship:
Martin’s book is very interesting.
Tom’s friends are singing together.
We usually add ’ to plural nouns ending in ‘s’ and ’s to
plural nouns not ending in ‘s’ to show ownership or
The polices’ motorcycles are modern style.
These women’s necklaces are beautiful.
We usually use of to show relation or association with
objects, places, plants.
The color of my computer is not clear.
The window of my room was broken
by my younger brother.
The end of the train is over there.
Her computer’s is good.
The leg of the computer
His books’ are heavy.
The shape of these books
bbooks are difference.
Jack’s car runs fast.
The wheels of his cars
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