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We use an apostrophe to show ownership of something. A person can own something, which is shown by an apostrophe then the letter ‘s’. If there are multiple people that own something, then we show this by writing the plural possession apostrophe s’. ‘The boys’ shirts were torn’ – because the apostrophe is after the ‘s’ then there is more than one boy.
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