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User avatar #36 - MakesTigersGoRawr (11/24/2012) [-]
Your grammar is correct OP
#38 to #36 - slashtrey (11/24/2012) [-]
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#99 to #38 - anon (11/24/2012) [-]
Actually it's wrong. To show possession when the end of a word ends with a s you use an apostrophe after the s and don't add anything to the end. It would be Carlos' not Carlos's.




Good thing i'm an annon and the red thumbs don't matter.
#184 to #99 - MakesTigersGoRawr (11/25/2012) [-]
No actually. You're wrong. You use that rule when you are talking about more than one thing. For example, "At the olympics i will need to compete against many Carloses' fantastic abilities". But when there is simply an s after the word like in Carlos. The correct grammar is Carlos's. Using an apostrophy after a word to show possession is only used to indicate plurality.

I have no problem with someone trying to correct my grammar. But when you do, make sure you know what you're talking about.
#39 to #38 - MakesTigersGoRawr (11/24/2012) [-]
THE CONCH HAS SPOKEN!
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