Apostrophes in Action: Common Issues

Apostrophes in Action: Common Issues

Author: Kimberly Sombke

Explained here are the differences between its/it's, their/they're, who's/whose, and your/you're. Introduced also are keys to ensure that the correct version has been used. Other possessive pronouns and apostrophe misuse are discussed.

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Common Issues with Apostrophes

Source: Kimberly Sombke