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St Paul's C of E Primary School

Heathside Grove

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Week 11

Grammar Task


Apostrophe of possession with plural nouns.


Apostrophes can be used to show that something belongs to someone or something and this is called possession.


When we are talking about more than one thing we call this plural.


e.g. a pack of wolves / a group of countries


If the noun is plural, ends with an ‘s’ and we need to attach an apostrophe to it, we just attach the apostrophe after the ‘s’.


e.g. The wolves’ prey was a deer.




Complete the sentences by making the singular noun into a plural noun and by using the apostrophe of possession correctly.