What is the plural possessive of affiliate?
The plural form is affiliates. The plural possessive is affiliates'.
The plural of deer is deer or deers. The plural possessive of deer is deer's, the plural possessive of deers is deers'. The plural of fish is fish or fishes. The plural possessive of fish is fish's, the plural possessive of fishes is fishes'. The plural of tooth is teeth. The plural possessive of teeth is teeth's.
No, a possessive noun is formed by adding an -'s (or just an -' to the end of plural nouns already ending in -s) to the existing singular or plural noun; for example: singular=apple, singular possessive=apple's; plural=apples, plural possessive= apples' singular=boy, singular possessive=boy's; plural=boys, plural possessive=boys' singular=car, singular possessive=car's; plural=cars, plural possessive=cars' The nouns that drop the -y and add -ies is to form the plural are nouns ending in -y preceded by a consonant…