The banana belonging to the chimp = the chimp'sbanana.
The possessive form is: the chimp'sbanana.
The words, "the banana belonging to the chimp" is not a sentence, it's a sentence fragment, a noun clause (a group of words that contains a noun or pronoun and a verb but is an incomplete thought that can't stand on it's own).There is no possessive noun in the noun clause, "the banana belonging to the chimp".The possessive form is, "the chimp's banana", a noun phrase (any word or group of words based on a noun or pronoun, without a verb, that can function in a sentence as a subject or an object).
The possessive form of the hamster belonging to my sister is "my sister's hamster".
The possessive form of the noun chimp is chimp's.example: The chimp's cleverness gets him into a lot of trouble.
The possessive form is Raina's dog.
No. It is a possessive adjective, the possessive form of the pronoun "I" (belonging to me).
The possessive form is: Sharon's coat.
The possessive form is Kate's rings.
The plural form for the noun banana is bananas. The plural possessive form is bananas'.Example: The bananas' skins were still green.
that IS a possessive form. belonging to the country. if it was plural, it would have been countries'. belonging to the countries.
Possessive forms of nouns and pronouns are used to show what belongs to whom; a form that shows possession of something. Examples:Possessive noun: The cat's tail is swishing. (the tail belonging to the cat)Possessive proper noun: This is Jack's cat. (the cat belonging to Jack)Possessive pronoun: The cat is mine. (the cat belonging to me)Possessive adjective: This is my cat. (the cat belonging to me)
The possessive form is Palton's puppy.
An example of a possessive is 'Mary's lunch'; the longer form is 'the lunch belonging to Mary'.
The possessive form for banana is banana's. Example sentence:The banana's peel was still green.
The possessive form is the possessive adjective (a pronoun) its.The possessive adjective is describing the dog's tail as the tail belonging to it: its tail.
The possessive form for 'the classroom belonging to your teacher' is your teacher's classroom.
The possessive form of the singular noun poem is poem's.
No. The word ours is a possessive pronoun (something of, about, or belonging to us). The word "our" is the possessive adjective form, the possessive of "we."
The possessive form is 'that bird's eggs'.
The plural form of the noun team is teams.The plural possessive form is: the teams'trophies.
The possessive form is Sharon's. Example: Sharon's new coat looks nice.
Whose is the possessive form of who. It means "belonging to whom." Who's is also a possessive form of who, but it is a contraction of "who is".The correct form is: Whose turn is it?
The possessive form for the plural noun rabbits is: the rabbits' meadow
The possessive form of the noun bird is birds': that bird's eggs.
The possessive form of the plural noun mice is mice's.example: We set a trap next to the mice's hole.