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Which one of the following is a correct example of the singular possessive case?
1. women is a plural nounOriginally Posted by trixi68
2. audiences is a plural noun
3. who is singular, but it is not possessive.
Please note, 'whose' is the possessive form of 'who'. Sentence 3., 'who's job' is ungrammatical. Sentence 3. should be, 'whose job'.
4. king is a singular noun and with the apostrophe -s it is possessive
The correct answer is 4., king's.
Homonyms: who's, whoseOriginally Posted by Nahualli
You're in good company. :D
I tend to make the same mistake. I also use it's when I should use its. Those homonyms are trouble!