The Dreaded Apostrophe

Avoid an "Apostrophe Catastrophe" with the little red book.


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You know where to use an apostrophe?

Remember,

We use an apostrophe when letters are missing.

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Yes, we use an apostrophe where we deliberately shorten a word or phrase and then use an apostrophe to show that letters are missing.

These are called contractions.

"Wait a moment!" I hear you cry. "What about possession?"

Well, in fact it's the same rule,

We use an apostrophe when letters are missing.

Why not try a little test paper? A bit like going back to school, but no detention of you get it wrong.

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