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Apostrophes
 

Write down three other examples.

Which letters are missing here? Write them down:

not

is

are

will/shall

would

has

have

had

belong to: singular

belong to: plural



 

  

John isn't here.

John's here.

They're here.

They'll be here soon.

He'd come if he could.

He's arrived.

They've arrived.

They'd already gone.

The child's teacher

The childrens' teacher

Jay is not American.  He is Canadian.  So is his wife.  They are in England now, but they will go home soon.  They would come again if they could.  He has bought their ticket back to Canada, and they have gone to the airport.  They had already packed their bags last night.