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Write three sentences that use an apostrophe correctly. One sentence must use an apostrophe with a plural noun that ends in "s". The other two sentences must use the apostrophe in two different ways.
1. Tom’s room is unorganized.
2. I believe Americans’ should never use credit cards.
3. It’s extremely warm outside.
1 and 3 are fine.
In order to use the plural possessive (Americans'), there must be a noun right after the possessive for it to own.
Here are some examples:
The boys' toys were all over the front yard.
We wanted to see my friends' new performance.
Rethink #2 and repost.