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English Grammar


Possessive Nouns


Possessive Nouns are nouns are used to state something or someone belongs to someone or something.

To make nouns possessive add 's or s' according to the noun.

's is added to the end of a singular noun

  • Tom's car is green.
  • My friend gave me her sister's book.
  • My job is near Tom's house.
  • Tammy's class is going on a trip today.

's or s' is added to the end of a singular noun that end in "s"

  • Chris' car is black.
  • Chris's car is black.
  • Our boss's office is down the hall.
  • Our boss' office is down the hall.

s' added to the end of a plural noun that do not end in "s":

  • The children's room needs to be painted.
  • The women's workroom has new furniture.
  • The men's uniforms are ready for them to wear.
  • The deer's cages are clean.

What is a noun?

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Types Of Nouns

Possessive Nouns

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Uncountable Nouns

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Collective Nouns

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Compound Noun

Common Nouns

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Plural Nouns Spelling -s or es

Proper Nouns

Concrete Nouns

Abstract Nouns

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Pronouns

Personal Pronouns

Reflexive Pronouns

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Relative Pronouns

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1st 2nd 3rd Person Pronouns

Noun + Noun

Pair Of Something

Interrogative Pronoun