Test yourself—Apostroph-Ease

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Test yourself—Apostroph-Ease

  1. There are three ways to do the job: the right way, the wrong way and the (boss'/boss's) way.

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  2. Ms. Halfhide's understanding of the Cree (people's/peoples) history and values has helped her become a sensitive land (claims/claims') negotiator.

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  3. We are all amazed that Horseradish 'n' More, (Andrew/Andrew's) and Isobel's new catering business, has taken off in that upscale Calgary neighbourhood.

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  4. The kids in Mr. (Rogers's/Rogers') neighbourhood drew red (@s/@'s) in front of their names on the big poster they were designing.

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  5. (Its/It's) too bad the (Thompsons/Thompson's) aren't home today.

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  6. After finally taming two (decades/decades') worth of chaos in his basement, George rewarded himself with two weeks of fishing at his cousin (James's/James') lodge in the Cariboo.

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  7. Sarita does not reject the idea of a god; rather, she is a sort of pantheist, worshipping the many gods she believes reside in all the (worlds/world's) living things.

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