Possessive Form of Nouns
The possessive form is used with nouns referring to people, groups of people, countries and animals.
Possessive forms can also express other relationships:
Susan works in a book shop. This is Susan´s book shop.
Susan lives in this house. It is Susan´s house.
If the noun is plural, or already ends in -s, just add:' (an apostrophe).
1.) The car of Emily =
2.) The room of the boys =
3.) Clothes for women =
4.) The mother of Sarah =
5.) The boat of the sailors =
1.) The car of Emily = Emily´s car.
2.) The room of the boys = The boys´ room.
3.) Clothes for women = Women's clothes.
4.) The mother of Sarah = Sarah's mother.
5.) The boat of the sailors = The sailors' boat.