schlechte horror spiele Apostrophe is a punctuation mark that is used to indicate missing letters, in certain cases of plurality, and in signifying possession for a noun.
Some grammatical groups/phrases require an apostrophe while constructing a negative sentence. This can be seen in the structure “verb + negation.”
Don’t (replaces the “o” in the word “not”)
Can’t (replaces the “o” in the word “not”)
Isn’t (replaces the “o” in the word “not”)
We can use the apostrophe while signifying possession of an object by a noun.
The man’s hat
The cat’s toy (one cat, one toy)
The cats’ toy (multiple cats, one toy)
The cats’ toys (multiple cats, multiple toys)
Expressions of time require the use of apostrophe due to structural reasons.
A week’s rent
5 years’ debt
2 days’ pay
In the plural structures in English, we may face some unusual plural forms. In such cases, we can use the apostrophe as seen in the examples below:
There are two p’s in clippers.
There are two consecutive or’s in this sentence: I would like to have a car or a house or a jet.