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The Belonging Apostrophe An apostrophe is used with an s at the end of a noun. It shows that something or someone belongs to that noun. e.g. the girl ’s ball the boy ’s bike A. Put the apostrophe into the words below: 1. the horses head 8. the teams mascot 2. the sharks fin 9. Jennys bag 3. the cats owner 10. the swimmers trunks 4. the lorrys tyres 11. the girls dress 5. the babys rattle 12. the rats tail 6. Wiliams uncle 13. the dogs dinner 7. my dads job 14. the boys cricket bat
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Unformatted text preview: B. Put the apostrophe in the sentences below: 1. The taps washer was worn. 2. It is Janes birthday next week. 3. So you know where Johns bag is? 4. Can you find your mothers purse? 5. Andys bike is very smart. 6. I hope the dogs bark will not wake the neighbours baby. 7. Daniels coat is too big. 8. Marys watch has a loud alarm. 9. I clung to the horses mane. 10. I cant remember the songs name....
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