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The use case for apostrophes is simple. To show possession, plug in an apostrophe after your noun and tack on an s . However, things get a little trickier when the subject term already ends in an s (either because it is a plural or a singular word that ends in s ). In this case, you can go one of two directions. If you adhere to the AP Style Guide, the apostrophe should appear after the s and there is no need to add a second s . For example, the kids’ parents were very mean. On the flipside, according to the Chicago style, singular nouns that end in s get an ‘s. For example, the Lexus’s bumper was dented. With words for which the plural term does not end in an s , like children , the apostrophe is applied after the word and an s is added.
Rule 3. Some writers and publishers prefer spaces around dashes.