Apostrophes

Transcript: Apostrophes. Basically, apostrophes show possession. For example, "Erickson's study", this study belongs to Erickson. Erickson conducted this study, so I need to use an apostrophe "s." They can also be used for a plural possessive. By that I mean that, something belongs to more than one person. "The researchers' methods were sound." If I'm …

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