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Homework Help: English Grammer

Posted by Summer on Thursday, July 12, 2007 at 7:11pm.

How do you write Douglas Adams in the plural tense? Is it Adams' or Adams's or Adamses? I don't know which one to use when? Please help!

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How do you write Douglas Adams in the plural tense? Is it Adams' or Adams's or Adamses? I don't know which one to use when? Please help!

If you are talking about two Douglas Adams - Douglas Adamses. If you are talking about something belonging to one Douglas Adams - Douglas Adams'.

Here is a good site: http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/plurals.htm

My English IV class found out about the website and went crazy on it. They probably forgot about it by now. Melissa and I like using this link for our homework help during school hours.

Douglas Adams wrote the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. How do I write his last name like:

"Adams' book won this award."

"Adams' book won this award" is correct. Adams' is possessive, not plural in this sentence.


Ok! Thankyou!

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