The possessive form of the plural noun villagers is villagers'.Example: We can present the issue at the villagers' meeting.
The plural form of the noun villager is villagers.The plural possessive form is villagers'.example: The tax collector surveyed all of the villagers' fields.
The plural possessive form of villager's is villagers', for example, "The villagers' water supply had been tainted by runoff from the farms."
The plural possessive is villagers'. When the plural form ends in 's' you simply add an apostrophe to make it possessive.
The form villager's is the possessive form of the singular noun villager.The plural form of the noun villager is villagers.The plural possessive form is villagers'.Example: The villagers' decision was to fund a traffic light for Main Street.
No. Plural possessive is "their" Possessive pronouns do not use an apostrophe.
Coaster's is singular possessive. The plural is coasters, the plural possessive is coasters'.
"Members'" is plural possessive. The apostrophe shows it is a possessive form
The plural is mattresses. The plural possessive is mattresses'.
The plural is turtles. The plural possessive is turtles'.
The plural is briefs. The plural possessive is briefs'.