I am to I'm



This apostrophe replaces the missing letter or letters and joins the words together to make one word.

I am → I'm

Mr/Mrs or Mr./Mrs.


British (American)
Mr (Mr.) – Mister (not usually written in full)
Ms (Ms.)
Mrs (Mrs.)

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apostrophes 2 - possession

Apostrophes 2 - possession/belonging to/ownership/relationship




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