The plural possessive of mice is mice's
The plural is mice, the plural possessive is mice's.
The possessive form of the plural noun "mice" is "mice's".
The singular form for the plural noun mice is mouse; the singular possessive form is mouse's.
The possessive form for the plural noun mice is mice's.Example: All of the mice's cages were cleaned this morning.
No, the word mouse's is the singular possessive form.The plural form for the noun mouse is mice; the plural possessive form is mice's.
The possessive form for the plural noun mice is mice's.Example: "The mice's damage to the food pantry was costly."
The singular noun is mouse; the singular possessive form is mouse's.The plural noun is mice; the plural possessive form is mice's.
The singular form of the plural noun mice is mouse.The singular possessive is mouse's.Example: The mouse's nose was twitching.
The possessive form of the plural noun mice is mice's.example: We set a trap next to the mice's hole.
The plural form for the noun mouse is mice. The plural possessive form is mice's.example: The mice's noise is irritating.
I was invited to the mice's barbecue; they're serving cheeseburgers.
The plural possessive form for the hole of the mice is the mice's hole.The singular possessive form for the hole of the mouse is the mouse's hole.
The plural form for the noun mouse is mice.The plural possessive form is mice's.example: The mice's tracks led us to the gap in the basement door.
Yes, a possessive noun is a kind of noun; a possessive noun is a noun in the possessive case.Example:noun: treepossessive noun: the tree's leavesnoun: Robertpossessive noun: Robert's bicyclenoun: storypossessive noun: the story's end
The noun mice is the plural form of mouse.The plural possessive form is mice's.Examples:"The mice's noses were twitching." (the noses of several mice)"The mouse's nose twitched." (the nose of one mouse)
No, the noun 'mouse' is a singular noun, a word for one creature.The plural form is mice, a word for two or more of these creatures.The plural possessive form is mice's.A possessive noun indicates that something in the sentence belongs to that noun.A noun that does not end with an s forms its possessive by adding an apostrophe s ('s) to the end of the word.A plural noun that does end with s forms its possessive by just adding an apostrophe (') to the end of the word (cats' or dogs').Example sentences:There was a mouse digging in my flower pot. (singular)I found a mouse's nest under the stairs. (singular possessive)The most famous mice are Mickey and Minnie. (plural)The mice's cages must be cleaned each morning. (plural possessive)
The singular form of the noun mice is mouse.The correct spelling of the possessive form of mouse is mouse's.example: The mouse's tracks led right to a gap in the basement door.
The noun child's and the noun tooth are not plural nouns.The noun child's is the possessive form of the singular noun child (for example, a child's toy = a toy belonging to a child)The noun tooth is a singular noun. The plural noun is teeth.
The possessive singular noun is explorer's. The possessive plural noun is explorers'.
The possessive form for the noun coyote is coyote's.
The singular is mouse; the plural is mice; the plural possessive is mice's.When making an irregular plural noun into the possessive form, you treat the plural form the same as a singular regular noun. For example:man, men, men'sox, oxen, oxen'sgoose, geese, geese'sparty, parties, parties'cactus, cacti, cacti'sbox, boxes, boxes'mouse, mice, mice's, mices'
The abstract noun form for the adjective possessive is possessiveness.The word 'possessive' is also a noun, a word for a possessive case noun or pronoun.
The possessive noun family's is the singular possessive form.