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Is parents' a possessive noun?

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Answered 2013-02-23 03:02:19

Yes, parents' is a possessive noun; the plural possessive form of the singular noun parent.

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The possessive form of the plural noun parents is parents'.Example: I'm planning a party for my parents' anniversary.




The noun parents is the plural form of the noun parent.The noun parents' is the plural possessive form of the noun parent.Example uses of the nouns:I'm making dinner for my parents. (plural)I'll be staying at my parents' house. (plural possessive, the house of my parents)


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It is a noun, but it is a possessive noun, one that acts as a adjective. The plural noun is parents, without the apostrophe.


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The plural form of the noun parent is parents.The plural possessive form is parents'.example: The parents' committee has been able to acquire the athletic equipment.


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