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posted by rfvv .
1. When is Chris's homework due?
2. When is Chris' homework due?
(Which one is the correct possessive case of Chris? Is it "Chris's"? How do we pronounce "Chris's? Can't we use "chris'"as a possessive case?)

"Chris'" is what you want. The apostrophe without the s indicates possessive. It it pronounced like the s was there.
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