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May
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comment Where do I position the apostrophe in a plural possessive?
"and why": The possessive form of a word already ending in an s requires that the apostrophe be added after that s. If the word has the s due to being a plural, that's the end of the story, but if it's a word that has the s ending in the singular, there's a good deal of disagreement as to whether an additional s should be added after the apostrophe: "Thomas'[s] doubts about Jesus'[s] resurrection".
May
22
comment What do you call someone who is always asking for favours?
Then the one word is "user".
May
21
answered Succinct phrase that covers both “not started” and “previously started, later stopped”
May
12
answered “They slipped from my hands the moment I picked them [up]”
Apr
17
answered Is “The MSO/MSE Split is soon underway” grammatically correct?
Apr
16
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
14
answered What would you call size that fits between small and medium?
Mar
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awarded  Teacher
Mar
10
answered Why is “distro”, rather than “distri”, short for “distribution” in Linux world?