What is a singular possessive for town and Plural Possessive?

1 Answer
May 13, 2018

See explanation.


The noun "town" does not end with "s", so to create singular possessive form you have to add 's (apostrophe + s).

The possessive form is town's.

The plural form of the noun is "towns", so it ends with an "s".

If a noun (singular or plural) ends with "s", to create a possessive form you add the apostrophe only. The plural possessive form is therefore towns'