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What is the Singular possessive of -fern-.... and WHY?

  • Grammar: HELP MS.SUE -

    What is the singular possessive of FERN.. and WHY?

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    The singular possessive of most words is


    fern's fronds
    friend's house
    boy's room

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    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?

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    Yes, the plural of fern is ferns.

    Most plural nouns add the apostrophe after the s.

    Singular: fern
    Plural: ferns
    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.

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    Ok. So for plural possessive you put the comma after the S. Why is that?

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    Ok, sorry Ms.Sue, i didn't read you're sentence completely. Thanks Ms.Sue! :)

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    You're welcome, Losa.

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