What is possessive of Myers?
If the proper noun Myers is the singular name Myers is, the singular possessive form is Myers's.
Example: Jim Myers's application has been accepted.
If the proper noun Myers is the plural for for the name Myer, the plural possessive form is Myers'.
Example: The Myers' dog is a spaniel.
The full question is, "What sentence has a correctly formed singular possessive?" A. Lester Smiths house is pale gray - Incorrect B. Tina Myers' dog ran away yesterday - Correct, if Tina's last name is Myers, the possessive form is Myers'. C. Mr. Mosses grandchildren are visiting him - Incorrect D. When are you planning to see Brendas' baby? - Incorrect Note: A singular noun that ends in "s" can form its possessive by simply…
First person singular: my (possessive adjective), mine (possessive pronoun) Second person siingular: your (possessive adjective), yours (possessive pronoun) Third person singular: his, her, its (possessive adjectives), his, hers, its (possessive pronouns) First person plural: our (possessive adjective), ours (possessive pronoun) second person plural: your (possessive adjective), yours (possessive pronoun) Third person plural: their (possessive adjective), theirs (possessive pronoun)
Yes, the word its is both a possessive adjective and a possessive pronoun; the difference is how the word is used: a possessive adjective describes a noun. a possessive pronoun takes the place of the noun that belongs to someone or something. Examples Possessive adjective: The cat licked its paws. Possessive pronoun: The cat had muddy paws, these footprints must be its.
No, possessive pronouns do not use an apostrophe to indicate possession. The possessive pronouns are words that take the place of a possessive noun. The pronouns that show possession are: possessive pronouns: mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, theirs. possessive adjectives: my, your, his, her, its, our, their. Nouns indicate possession using an apostrophe. Examples: That is Nancy's house. (possessive noun) That house is hers. (possessive pronoun) That is her house. (possessive adjective)