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    Chris's room or Chris' room

    When someone's name ends with "s", do I need to put "s" after an apostrophe to make possesive form?
    If so, how do you pronounce the "s" after the apostrophe, [s] or [z]?

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    Re: Chris's room or Chris' room

    Chris's -/ˈkrɪsɪz/ or /ˈkrɪsəz/

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    Re: Chris's room or Chris' room

    Quote Originally Posted by herbivorie View Post
    When someone's name ends with "s", do I need to put "s" after an apostrophe to make possesive form?
    If so, how do you pronounce the "s" after the apostrophe, [s] or [z]?
    I prefer "Chris's" because we pronounce the second S. The second has has a Z sound.

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