Punctuation and Capitalization
Apostrophes and Ellipses

Should you use an apostrophe with pros?


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2012-07-12 09:27:09
2012-07-12 09:27:09

If you are referring toward the term "pros and cons" an apostrophe is not used.

An apostrophe is used when referring to "professionals", as it is the contracted form of the word.


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