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please provide help w/singular plural and possessive nouns, ie, please explain "library's, libraries' and libraries.

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  1. library -- singular
    libraries -- plural

    library's -- singular possessive
    libraries' -- plural possessive

    Plural nouns end in "s".

    Possesive nouns have an apostrophe at the end.

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