posted by Lulu on .
Write the noun in this sentence so it shows possession.
The bus driver is named Mr. Ed. Would it be? The bus's driver is named Mr. Ed. I personally think the sentence should be rewritten to read, The bus driver's name is Mr. Ed
The second sentence is definitely the better one!
You are right. The sentence should be: The bus driver's name is Mr. Ed.
Yep.. The second one's better.. But if you are to make a possessive form of that , is it bus's driver or bus' driver?
IS CITY'S SINGULAR OR PLURAL?
IN 1982 THE SHIP WAS RAISED AND STORED IN THE CITY'S DRY DOCK.
In the sentence: The home that burned belonged to the Gonzalez family.
Would the correct possessive form be:
The Gonzalez' familys home burned.