S: The Apostrophe Catastrophe With Some Heroes
BC: Now the distinction between correct and incorrect apostrophe use should be clear with our proper and improper examples.
FC: The Apostrophe Catastrophe | with some heroes | By Dan Graeff
1: This scrapbook will shed light on the horrors of incorrect apostrophe usage, while also praising those situations in which usage is perfect.
2: THE BAD
3: A Bad Case of Apostrophe Overload | Apostrophe Placement Makes the Noun Singular
4: Apparently, this is a business owned by the rentals themselves.
5: The boss finds it too stressful to appreciate his employees every night...
6: I'd imagine it's hard to rest peacefully with a mistake like that.
7: Days seem tricky to people, even though they are treated like any other noun.
8: All Fathers are Forbidden.
9: Because of the form of 'has', we know that this is an apostrophe issue and not a tense problem. | Rule #1: Make sure it's grammatically sound BEFORE it gets posted on a giant sign outside of a store.
10: Even the New York Times uses whatever method possible to make sure its grammar is sound. | THE GOOD
11: Mark Zuckerberg made sure that his grammar was perfect to avoid criticism worldwide. | And Twitter follows close behind.
12: Apple correctly tackles a plural possession situation. | The Athletics did not fall for a trap that many do by using an apostrophe with plural letters.
13: Even McDonald's, held responsible for so much of childhood obesity, has correct grammar in its brand name. | Rick Riordan uses the apostrophe to show that the curse is of one titan as opposed to multiple titans.
14: ESPN correctly displays how to format a situation with singular possession in this article.
15: CNN uses possession to show how this evangelical ambassador is connected to the upcoming election.
16: This sign might be basic, but it does efficiently answer the question 'Who's ale house?'
17: This title gives a glimpse into the subject matter of the video and what caused this wreckage to occur.