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The singular possessive noun is fox's.

The plural possessive form is foxes'.

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'es is not used to make the word fox into a singular possessive noun, rather you should add 's to fox to do so. If you add the suffix -es to fox, it would then make the word plural, and if you add a ' to the end of foxes, it would make the word possessive. fox = singular noun fox's = singular possessive noun foxes = plural noun foxes' = plural possessive noun


The possessive form of the singular noun fox is fox's.The plural form of the noun fox is foxes.The plural possessive form is foxes'.Examples:I found a fox's footprints in the snow. (singular)There were several foxes' footprints in the snow. (plural)


The possessive form for the singular noun fox is fox's.Example: The fox's kits were safe in her den.


The possessive form of the noun fox is fox's. example sentence: We saw a fox's footprints in the snow.


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The plural form of the noun fox is foxes.The plural possessive form is foxes'.Example:We found several foxes' footprints in the snow behind the house.


No, the form foxes is the plural noun.The singular form is fox.The singular possessive form is fox's.The plural possessive form is foxes'.


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