⚠️CRASH COURSE ENGLISH⚠️ /Intermediate
LESSON 8: Using Apostrophes
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》It's another beautiful Tuesday with your beautiful Prof. Kai😝😂 Today we'll go over all the rules of using apostrophes ('). Apostrophes are used in three (3) ways: contractions, plurals, and possessives. I'll actually be presenting charts I found online because they're really good and short, so there won't be any of my own explanations. NOTE: In the first chart, there's a mistake that I crossed out. Plurals ending in S only get an apostrophe, not an 's. As always, the Test Yourself section will be in the comments!
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