posted by Leslie .
Determine if the following sentences employ the correct use of commas and apostrophes.True=correct False=wrong
1. The wound was copiously irrigated with normal saline, and the musosal flap was replaced to its appropriate position.
I think the comma is ok -
but shouldn't there be an apostrophe after its?
making the answer False
The sentence is correct. The possessive, "its," does not have an apostrophe.
No, the sentence is fine as is.
Here's some info on that pronoun.
it = use as subject or object
its = use as possessive
it's = use as contraction (it is / it has)
There is no such word as its' <~~!!
Yes - Thank you for the above chart
You're very welcome. =)