How do you show that a girl named Suz has lots of flowers using the possessive "s"? Is it "Suz' flowers." or "Suz's flowers."?
The correct form is
To figure out how to use possessive apostrophes, you need to know a little bit about your word. First ask if it's singular or plural. If it's plural, there are two more questions you need to ask: whether it ends in an
Here's a little chart with examples:
1. Is it singular? (Is there only one of it?)
That is the dog
2. Is it plural? (Is there more than one?)
- Does it end in
#rarr#The correct form is just an apostrophe after the word:
- Does it not end in
#rarr#The correct form is an #"'s"#
children's, alumni's, sheep's
Your word Suz is the name of one girl, so it's singular. So the correct form is:
There are some exceptions to these rules, so here is a helpful article if you need more information. You will have to scroll near the bottom to the section called "Possessives".