Posted by Losa on Tuesday, July 3, 2012 at 9:20pm.
What is the singular possessive of FERN.. and WHY?
The singular possessive of most words is
So if it's PLURAL, then it's FERNS. If it's PlURAL POSSESSIVE, then is it stil the same with the singular but in a different way?
Yes, the plural of fern is ferns.
Most plural nouns add the apostrophe after the s.
Singular possessive: fern's
Plural possessive: ferns'
I have one fern in a pot. The fern's pot is too small.
I have several ferns growing in my yard. The ferns' fronds have started to wilt.
Ok. So for plural possessive you put the comma after the S. Why is that?
Ok, sorry Ms.Sue, i didn't read you're sentence completely. Thanks Ms.Sue! :)
You're welcome, Losa.
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