Grammar - Apostrophes 1
Apostrophes do two really important jobs. Firstly, they help to tell us
when one thing is owned by another.
The boy's bicycle
The child's toy
Tom Jones's song
Secondly, they tell us when something has been contracted; made shorter.
You're very upset.
Won't he come with me?
Don't talk to me!
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