about the possevive apostrophe. Say I have a friend named Ross and Ross has some tacos. Do I write that those tacos are Ross' or do I write that those tacos are Ross's.
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9th December 2003
Wouldn't that make " those tacos are Ross' " ? Atleast that is what I would use, but then again i'm Dutch...
Ex-MøđęRāŧǿr ø₣ Geňęrāł Gāmíňĝ
31st January 2004
I believe the latter is correct. Though its easier to write:
"Those tacos belong to Ross"
Nonsense. All tacos are mine. But, *if* Ross conceivably stole some of my tacos, they would be Ross', at least until I killed the poor sucker and took them back. Ross' Jesus' etc.
Ummm. I'm pretty sure it is Ross's. I have a friend named Ross and that's how I alway refer to something of his. Then again, I live in Texas. You would add the approstrophe to the end if the word is plural.
Yeah, I'm right. It is Ross's.
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Ah yeah, thanks Aeroflot, that's been bugging me.
Actually, thank you. I think that I'll go read up on more English grammar so I can fix my own mistakes.
yuiopAh yeah, thanks Aeroflot, that's been bugging me.
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