In this English grammar quiz, we will focus on the use of the apostrophe. An apostrophe is a punctuation mark mostly used to show possession or that some parts of a word have been omitted, making the word short. Proper punctuation helps ensure the sentences meaning is not diluted; this quiz is designed to test out just how much you know about this punctuation mark and how to use it properly in a sentence. Give it a try!
Singular form of a word
Plural form of a word not ending in s
Plural form of a word ending in s
First noun showing joint possession
Last noun showing joint possession
I went to the teacher's bathroom.
I went to the teachers' bathroom.
I went to the teachers bathroom.
I liked Jess's hat.
I liked Jess' hat.
I liked Jesss hat.
I like to play children's games.
I like to play children' games.
I like to play childrens games.
That is Sue's and Anne's car.
This is Sue and Anne's car.
That is Sues and Annes car.
All the student's papers were hard to grade.
All the students' papers were hard to grade.
All the students papers were hard to grade.
I like Mercedes's jacket.
I like Mercedes' jacket.
I like Mercedes jacket.
The computers's work well.
The computers' work well.
The computers work well.
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