How would you apostrophe we would?
it depends what you're sentence is. for example, if it belongs to someone, you say with a apostrophe. If it is like my daughters going to the park then you say without an apostrophe. It would be 'My daughter is going to the park.' You would still add an apostrophe because of the 'daughter is' so it would be 'My daughter's going to the park' If you have two daughters it would be without an…
There are three types of apostrophe. The possessive apostrophe, to show that a letter is missing and to highlight a word or phrase, eg 'hasn't', doesn't', 'can't'. The possessive apostrophe would be used in a sentence such as 'The student's work was of a high standard' meaning the work of the student. However if you are using the word students in the plural form, it would be written 'students' work'.
The apostrophe and letter "s" at the end of the word indicate possession by a single noun, the candidate. "Candidate" without the apostrophe or "s" is a single noun; if the "s" were included, but there was no apostrophe ("candidates"), the word would be a plural noun meaning more than one candidate. If the apostrophe were to follow the "s" ("candidates' "), it would mean that multiple candidates possess something.