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In professional settings, punctuation errors can be a cause for embarrassment. And, it seems, apostrophes are one of the more frequently misused marks.
Using punctuation marks – especially apostrophes – is one of the most common English grammar mistakes. Follow the chart to see where you should and should not use apostrophes.
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