I see people get this wrong a lot. Do you know when to use an apostrophe and when to use the plural?
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Most Helpful Girl
Their Their little buddy.
Don't get you're knickers in a twist.
Your just gonna have to learn knot to get upset.
Theirs just gonna be people that no know better. There knot gonna learn how to right write, just because you no better.
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Most Helpful Guy
it goes even further and being a English minor i can even say some of it can be confusing
its vs it's can be tough for some because the 's typically denotes possessive tense however in its vs it's it does not since it's is a contraction like doesn't or wouldn't
then there is the apostrophe (to demonstrate possessive tense) in a plural case. lawn, lawn's, lawns, lawns'... OR singular words that end in S (most often seen in proper nouns) and what to do when making it possessive Phillies' vs Phillies's
it's a little complicated but the rules are fairly simple to remember so it shouldn't be a problem0