Apostrophes using "s" "'s" and "s'"

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I know 's is signaler and s' is multiple but what about just an s on the end of a word? EX: "I sent HERS yesterday. 

Jun 16th, 2015

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It's because hers, theirs, his, mine, etc are POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS.  They never use apostrophes. It's simply a rule. For all other nouns, you must use the apostrophe to express possession.  For example, The man's car.  John's book. The police man's gun. Etc.

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Jun 16th, 2015

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