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What is singular possessive?

A singular noun is a word for one person, place, or thing (a neighbor, a town, a book). A possessive noun is a word that show's something in the sentence belongs to that

What is a singular possessive?

A singular possessive is a noun or a pronoun for one person  or thing that shows that something belongs to that person or thing.   Possessive nouns are shown by adding an

What is the singular possessive of who?

The pronoun 'who' can be singular or plural.   Examples:   Who is that man I saw you with?   Who are those people picketing our shop?    The possessive form

What is singular possession?

Singular possession is ownership of something by  one person or thing.    Singular nouns show possession by use of an  apostrophe s ('s), for example:    I borr

What is the Singular possessive of Mrs Gonzales?

The possessive form of Mrs. Gonzales would be Mrs. Gonzales's. In some cases, you make a noun that already ends with 's' by adding the apostrophe 's' to the end of a noun when

What is the singular possessive of Mrs Jones?

There are two accepted forms for possessive singular nouns ending  in s:   Add an apostrophe (') after the existing s at the end of the word:  Mrs. Jones'   Add an apo

What is the singular possessive of you?

The personal pronoun 'you' is a second person pronoun that  functions as both singular and plural.   There are two types of pronouns used to show possession.    A

What is the singular and plural possessive form of Mr New?

The possessive form of the singular, proper noun Mr. New is  Mr. New's.   The plural form of the proper noun Mr. New is the Mr. News.   The plural possessive form is

What is the singular possessive plural and plural possessive of Mr French?

The singular possessive form of the proper noun Mr. French is  Mr. French's.   The plural form is the Mr. Frenches.   The plural possessive form is the Mr. Frenches'.

This is singular possessive?

The word 'this' is not a possessive form. The word 'this' is a demonstrative pronoun, an adjective, and an adverb. The demonstrative pronoun 'this' (plural form 'these') tak

What is the singular possessive of not?

Singular forms and possessive forms are terms for nouns and pronouns. The word 'not' is an adverb, a word used to modify a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. Examples: mo
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What is the singular possessive of Morris?

There are two accepted forms for possessive singular nouns ending  in s:    Add an apostrophe (') after the existing s at the end of the word:  Morris'   Add an a
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What is possessive singular?

A singular noun is a word for one person, place, or thing. A possessive noun is a noun that shows someone or something belongs to that noun. A possessive singular noun is a w