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What is the singular possessive of Bear?

This activity is designed to give you practice with singular and plural possessive nouns….Pick the Possessives.

sungular possessive of bear bear’s
plural possessive of man men’s
singular possessive of robin robin’s
singular possessive of child child’s

What is the plural for bear?

See the full definition for bear in the English Language Learners Dictionary. bear. noun. / ˈber / plural bears.

How do you make a possessive plural?

The general rule for forming possessives The possessive of a plural noun is formed by adding only an apostrophe when the noun ends in s, and by adding both an apostrophe and s when it ends in a letter other than s.

Do you say Charles’s?

When people’s names end in ‘s’, you can either add ‘ or ‘s (Charles’ or Charles’s) and choose pronunciation accordingly, either /iz/ or /isiz/. You might sometimes need to choose the latter to make the meaning clear. For example, if you speak the sentence: ‘My house is older than Mrs Evans”

How do you make the plural possessive of Harris?

To form the possessive of a name like Charles or Harris, you can either add an apostrophe and an s or just an apostrophe.

Is it Harrises or Harris?

Harris (surname)

Pronunciation /ˈhærɪs/ Plural Harrises. A Harris’s (his) last name sounds just like all the Harrises’ (theirs) including Harry’s wife Joan’s (nee Jones).
Word/name Old Norse
Region of origin England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales
Other names

What does the name Harris mean in English?

son of Harry

Is Harris a first name?

The name Harris is primarily a male name of English origin that means Son Of Harry.

What does the name Harris mean in Islam?

Haris is a first or given mythological Greek name, which means “grace” or in Arabic Haris (Arabic: حارس‎, romanized: Ḥāris), which means “Guardian angel”.

What is the whitest last name?

name rank White percent
name SMITH rank 1 White percent 70.90%
name JOHNSON rank 2 White percent 58.97%
name WILLIAMS rank 3 White percent 45.75%
name BROWN rank 4 White percent 57.95%

‘Patel’, the most common Indian surname: Oxford – The Hindu.