What can you do if you take your dog with you wherever you go and he's still a puppy but the size of a full-grown dog and he has become possessive of you and tries to attack if another dog is around?
You can no longer take him with you until he is trained to behave. See a dog trainer.
In the sentence, "The baby chicks are running around.", the plural noun is chicks. There are no proper nouns, there are no possessive nouns. Placing an apostrophe after the noun chicks does not make it a possessive noun. A possessive noun must 'posses' another word in the sentence; for example: "The baby chicks' mother is running around." A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing; for example: "The baby chicks'…
I really don't kno how to control a possessive guy friend but you can try to tell him and maybe he'll back off. You could alwys do a hidden camera thing and then show it to him and he'll see that he's being to possessive. He might change from seeing himself lyk that. But if you can't do that then really you shouldn't be around a guy lyk that.
-She was excited for her class trip to France as she'd never been to another country. -Every two years, countries from around the world meet to compete in either the summer or winter Olympics. -The Star-Spangled Banner is our country's national anthem. -Interpol aids in the capture and prosecution of many countries' criminals. Country a singular noun Countries is a plural noun County's is a singular possessive noun Countries' is a plural possessive noun
Most celebrities lip sync at some point or another. Particularly in videos and movies, Typically the song is recorded in the studio and then they lip sync their own voice while dancing or being on the beach or wherever. There is less problems with noise from the environment and trying to sound clear while dancing around an moving.