alphabetical order

actually- brother with an "'s" is the possesive form of the word brother.
so it's actually

brother('s)
than
brothers

i thought that was it 'cause that's how the computer alphabetizes things, but i needed to make sure


which word comes first in proper alphabetical order- brothers or brother's

brothers

I HATE alphebetical oderhomework. They should have a site that does it for you!

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  3. hopeless helpful and helpless in abc order

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  4. what is the rule with words with apostrophes? Such as it's and its...which comes first alphabetically?

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