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When you use the word physical therapy in a sentence does it have to be capaitalized and When you say Mr. Edwards does the s need an '?

  • English -

    Physical therapy is not capitalized.

    The only time you'd put an apostrophe after Edwards is if you use it as a possessive.

    Examples:

    Mr. Edwards is my favorite teacher.

    Mr. Edwards' classroom discussions are always lively.

  • English- Follow Up -

    Mr. Edward's is that correct when using it in a sentence like Mr. Edwards demonstrates unique characteristics such as....

  • English -

    No, your example is not correct. The man's name is Mr. Edwards and it shouldn't have an apostrophe before the "s".

    In addition, you have used Mr. Edwards as the subject of the verb "demonstrates" so it is not possessive.

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    1.yes
    2.no

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