I have reached the Zenith of my A-Z of my journey on Grammar and punctuation. It was a journey which I had begun with doubts but it has helped me learn tremendously. I am sure some of you might have found a few of my posts useful as well. Thank you for being with me on this journey.
So moving to my last post on grammar and punctuation:
Are you confused about how to show the plural and the possessive of certain names that end with Z?
Like that of Lily Fernandez?
· To show the plural of a name that ends with z sound, add es.
Example: The Fernandezes are on their way here.
· To show singular possession of a name ending in z, add ‘s on the end of the name.
Example: That is Mrs. Fernandez’s car.
· To show plural possession of a name ending in z, form the plural first; then immediately use the apostrophe
Example: Those are the cars of the Fernandezes’s.
This post is a part of the APRIL A-Z Challenge