This quiz, Apostrophes for Singular Possessive to Proper Nouns, is aimed at Year 2 students. It helps them identify when an apostrophe is needed to show singular possession to a proper noun. This is a statutory requirement set out in the National Curriculum for KS1 children and will improve their command of the English language and literacy.
I like my friend Peter’s dog. My friend is called Peter but I have added an apostrophe and an ‘s’ onto his name to show that Peter owns the dog. If an item belongs to somebody, we show this by adding an ‘s.
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