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Heuer gallaudet. In English, "s" is often added to the end of a noun or verb. This handout will demonstrate five different situations that require an "s. Use "s" or "es" to show plurality in count nouns. You need to show plurality when you are talking about more than one or are speaking in general terms about all of the items in one category.

This person is reading more than one book. Therefore, it is necessary to add "s" to the end of the word "books. If you are referring to a general rule, or are speaking about ALL of the items in one category all trees, all computers, all schoolsthen you must add "s.

Add "s" on the end of a verb in present tense to agree with the singular "he," "she," or "it" subject. This sentence is in the present tense. John is a "he" subject, so the verb, "sit" must add "s" to agree with "he. We know that John always sits in the front row, and always hates sitting there. Mary is a "she" subject, therefore you need to add "s" to the verbs "love" and "eat" so the subject and verb agree. This sentence is in present tense and is expressing something that is always true.

This sentence is in the present tense and is expressing a repeated action. Use an apostrophe followed by "s" 's to show that a singular noun belongs to someone or something. This sentence is referring to something that someone owns. The 's means the computer belongs to John. This sentence is describing whose house burned down.

The 's shows us that it was the house that belonged to Mary. This sentence is comparing the rooms occupied by two different people. The 's indicates that one room is owned by my brother, while the other is owned by my sister.

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Use an "S" followed by an apostrophe s' to show possession of plural nouns or nouns that always end in "s. This sentence is comparing the two rooms used by the boys and the girls. Since the words boys and girls are already plural, the apostrophe is added after the "s" to show possession.

Once again, notice the plural noun, students, uses "s" followed by an apostrophe to show possession. The name, Myles, always ends in "s" even though it is singular. This means that when you want to show possession with the name Myles, you need to add the apostrophe after the "s. The word "is" is often abbreviated or "contracted" in English. Use an apostrophe followed by an "s" 's in order to show the contraction for the word "is. There are several other words that are commonly used with 's to show a contraction.

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Artwork and layout by Elizabeth deLumeau. Developed by Ellen Beck. Adding "S" to Show Plurality more than one This person is reading more than one book. Add 'S to Show Possession This sentence is referring to something that someone owns. Add 'S to Show Possession This sentence is describing whose house burned down. Add 'S to Show Possession This sentence is comparing the rooms occupied by two different people.

Using S' to Show Possession Once again, notice the plural noun, students, uses "s" followed by an apostrophe to show possession. Other examples of contractions with IS:. All rights reserved.

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