More Apostrophe Situations
and incorporate them into your writing.
|had not = hadnít||were not = werenít||you would = youíd|
|would not = wouldnít||I will = Iíll||was not = wasnít|
There are three aís in that word.
Mind your pís and qís.
You do not have to add an apostrophe to form the plural of capitalized letters, numbers, or symbols.
We counted three Ts in that paragraph. (capitalized letters)
How many 8s (or eights) are in that column? (numbers)
Earl loves to use $s (or dollar signs) in his writing. (symbols)
The Class of í18 = The Class of 2018
Letís = Let us Gregoryís = Gregory is or Gregory has
B.A.ís (or BAs) = Bachelors of Arts
M.A.ís (or MAs) = Masters of Arts
PhD.ís (or PhDs) = Doctors of Philosophy
P.A.ís (or PAs) = Physicians Assistants
not followed by a period. It is also acceptable to write the plural
without the period.
How many CDís (or CDs) do you own?
How many different LSATís (or LSATs) has Bertha taken?
My Account / Test History
2. That's spot on.
3. You've hit the nail on the head. / You've nailed it.
4. I suppose so. (use this when you agree, but you are not completely convinced)
5. I'm afraid you're right. (use this in response to bad news, to say the bad news is correct)