English language – punctuation
Apostrophe (’) – shaped like a comma, indicates possession or missing letters
There are only two types of apostrophe:
1. Apostrophe that shows possession (Fred’s house).
2. Apostrophe that shows omission (didn’t).
A post trophy (apostrophe) is the way my cat acts. She looks like a comma high up in the sky.
She looks like she possesses the post (possession) when she sits there. (Apostrophe indicates possession).
When the cat isn’t there, it feels like something is missing. (Apostrophe indicates missing letter).