Apostrophe S practice exercises Use an apostrophe or apostrophe s to make a possessive noun. 1. This is Jack. This is his horse. This is … Jack’s horse. This is Jack’s horse. 2. This is a girl. These are her flowers. These are … the girl’s flowers. These are the girl’s flowers. 3. These are my parents. This is their car. This is … my parents’ car. This is my parents’ car. 4. These are the boys. This is their tent. This is … the boys’ tent. This is the boys’ tent. 5. These are the players. This is their coach. This is … the players’ coach. This is the players’ coach. 6. This is the teacher. This is her apple. This is… the teacher’s apple. This is the teacher’s apple. 7. These are the children. These are their cards. These are… the children’s cards. These are the children’s cards. 8. This is my sister. This is her cat. This is… my sister’s cat. This is my sister’s cat. Which sentence is correct? Remember to click pause if you need more time. John’s sister is a nurse. What are your children’s names? The students’ grades ranged from A to F minus. The dog’s tail was wagging. I added some tomatoes to the salad. Don’t take other people’s things. My parents’ house is small but they love it. The girls’ teacher told them to be quiet. The team’s coach was fired. You should study for next week’s exam. The bridesmaids’ dresses were pretty. We saw some UFOs last night. Show the relationship between these people. I recommend watching our lesson about members of the family in English before doing this activity. 1. Chris is Jack’s … son 2. Mike is Lauren’s … brother 3. Stacy is Jill’s … daughter 4. Steve is Stacy’s … husband 5. Tony is Daniel’s … uncle 6. Jessica is Phillip’s … sister 7. Daniel is Mike’s … cousin 8. Jill is Jessica’s … grandmother 9. Susan is Phillip’s … mother 10. Jack is Mike’s … grandfather 11. Lauren is Tony’s … niece 12. Stacey is Daniel’s … aunt 13. Karen is Chris’s daughter-in-law 14. Phillip is Jack and Jill’s grandson I hope you found these exercises useful. If you did, click the like button and remember to subscribe to our channel so you know when we create new videos to help you improve your English. Have an awesome day!