Apostrophes, says Anita Aikara, can be really confusing at times.
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Apostrophes are often used to denote possession.
The gentleman's son stays in the US.
My daughter's summer holidays have started.
Hitesh's birthday is on April 27.
Apostrophes can also act as a contraction.
I am = I'm
I will = I'll
It is = It's
Take this quiz to see how well you know your apostrophes.