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When do you use 's and s'?

's and s' are possessive forms that you add to the end of nouns. You use 's for normal nouns and names like Jack's, Sarah's, Paul's, someone's. To use s', it's the plural poss (MORE)

When to use s' or 's?

s' is used as an apostrophe for a word that refers to plural form, for example saying The girls' toys. In this instance it refers to the toys of more than one girl. You would (MORE)

What is the S in Mozart's D S?

  ...you will find a Sign, a figured S with a line through it halfway or close to it through the piece, this is DS, and the piece returns to the Sign, then runs to the Cod (MORE)

What does S O S stand for?

Most believe SOS is an abbreviation for "Save Our Seamen", "Save our Ship", "Survivors On Shore" or "Save Our Souls". However, SOS is not an official abbreviation. It is simpl (MORE)

When do you use s' 's?

s' is used as an apostrophe for a word that refers to plural form, for example saying The girls' toys. In this instance it refers to the toys of more than one girl. You would (MORE)

What is the difference between 's and s?

If you are asking what is the difference between ending a word in the English language with the letter s and with an apostrophe mark before the s, as this 's, it is the differ (MORE)

Text abbreviation s s what is it?

'SS', 'Ss', 's/s' and so on can have many meanings.   SS -- 'steam ship' -- as in 'SS Great Britain'   SS -- 'Schutzstaffel' -- the armed wing of the Nazi party in 193 (MORE)

What is the answer to 20c plus 5 equals 5c plus 65?

20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4
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When to use 's or s' or just s?

's is possessive, so you would use it when somebody or something owns something. Ex: Sarah's food. The dog's foot. The boy's toys. The table's legs. s' is also possessiv (MORE)