1. You need to use an apostrophe when you're writing about things that belong to people.

Kulvinder's goldfish have all died.

  • The apostrophe shows that the goldfish belong to Kulvinder.

The women's race was cancelled.

  • 'Men', 'women' and 'children' follow the same rule.

There's an important rule for words ending in 's':

James's garden is bigger than mine.

  • If a single name ends in 's', you still need to add an apostrophe and an 's'...

I washed the players' kit


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