Can you drive the car at the end of Main Street?
They both are correct. There are two accepted forms for possessive singular nouns that end with an s: Add an apostrophe (') after the existing s at the end of the word: Louis' Add an apostrophe s ('s) after the existing s at the end of the word: Louis's Examples: Louis' car is parked on Third Street. Louis's car is parked on Third Street.
There are two accepted forms for possessive singular nouns that end with an s: Add an apostrophe (') after the existing s at the end of the word: Louis' Add an apostrophe s ('s) after the existing s at the end of the word: Louis's Examples: Louis' car is parked on Third Street. Louis's car is parked on Third Street.
The word 'his' is a possessive pronoun or a possessive adjective which can be used as a subject or an object in a sentence. For example: possessive pronoun, subject: His is the house at the end of the street. possessive adjective, subject: His house is at the end of the street. possessive pronoun, object: The black car is his. possessive adjective, object: That is his car.
Wall Street is located in the Financial District of Manhattan Island. Manhattan Island is 12.5 miles long, by 2 miles wide, and the Financial District is located at its east end. Wall Street is .45 miles long, running southeast to northwest. Wall Street's boundaries are FDR Drive at its south end, and Broadway at its north end.
What does it mean if you have a dream that your in a car with someone you love but come to a dead end?
yeah u can, in the transmission there is a thing called a differential, get to it and there will be gears in the middle of the dif, weld them. then u will have full time positraction, if you dont have power steering, and this is a street car i suggest u get power steering, or be prepared to learn t drive again
First, its behind the rock near dodgy deals. then, it goes to where the cows graze, by the building for rent. then, click on the holes in the ground leading to main street. then go to main street. talk to snozzle. then go all the way to the end of main street to the energen machine. the glove is behind some crates. talk to snozzle. then, go all the way to the flutter fields and…
Take the Uptown 7 train (the purple line) to the end of the line, Flushing-Main Street (at the intersection of Main Street and Roosevelt Avenue). Walk 4 blocks north on Main Street to Northern Boulevard. The first street you should reach is 39th Avenue. If you walk 1 block and find yourself at 40th Road, then you've gone south, not north. Turn right at Northern Boulevard, and walk 4 blocks east on Northern Boulevard to…
Real street racers may not lower the car at all. A real serious street racer will set the height of the car to be Ideal for the type of racing he or she intends to do based on what is best for the particular car. Many Drag racers end up rasing the car slightly to create weight transfer and clear ovcersize tires. Many Street racers like in the Fast and Furious movies adjust the ride…