We use apostrophe s (’s), also known as possessive ’s, as a determiner to show that something belongs to someone or something:
Is that Martha's bag?
Turkey’s coastline is very beautiful.
We can use it in complex noun phrases :
Alex is her oldest daughter’s husband.
We can use two possessive ’s constructions in the same noun phrase:
We're invited to Anna’s daughter’s wedding.
We also use possessive ’s to talk about time and duration:
Is that yesterday’s document?
I’ve had one week’s holiday so far this year.
How do we form the possessive 's ?
singular noun + ’s
plural noun + ’
The boy’s bedroom
(The bedroom belongs to one boy.)
The boys’ bedroom.
(The bedroom belongs to more than one boy.)
1-Write sentences using the prompts.
Joseph / dog
1 It is Joseph’s dog.
the President / house
2 I t
the baby / chocolate
3 I t
the children / toys
the teacher / marker
5 I t
2- Choose the correct words to complete the text.