The Ultimate Flowchart Guide to Using Apostrophes
The humble apostrophe is one of the hardest punctuation marks in English to master. Do you know all the rules?
In general, we need apostrophes for:
- possession – e.g. Bob’s house (the house belongs to Bob)
- contractions – e.g. It’s (it is) Bob’s house
- and to aid clarity in reading – e.g. there are two b’s in Bob (not ‘there are two bs’)
Brush up your knowledge of the apostrophe with this fantastic FREE flowchart guide from GrammarCheck
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