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If a word ends in apostrophe 's', how do you tell if it's a possessive, stands for "is" or stands for "has?"
When the apostrophe 's' comes after a form of he, she, it or other third-person forms in the singular right
before a verb + ing, the meaning will be "is." Ex: Manuel's speaking now. ( Manuel is speaking now.)
When the apostrophe 's' comes before a past participle, it stands for "has." Ex: Christina's learned the
new coding. ( Christina has learned the new coding.)
When the apostrophe 's' comes before a noun, it stands for the possessive. Ex: Mr. Hanson's job requires
him to work 12-hour shifts. (The job that belongs to Mr. Hanson.)
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