Lesson 414 – Mechanics – Punctuation – Apostrophes

In writing conversation, use apostrophes to show letters omitted in colloquial or careless speech.
Example: He prob’ly will be playin’ football.
Instructions: Supply the apostrophes in the following sentences.
1. We are all goin with you tonight.
2. I am runnin this place, and I am not wantin any help.
3. I do not want help from you r anyone else.
4. This souwestern will be a bad storm.
5. I blieve I will be going now.
–For answers scroll down.

Answers:
1. We are all goin’ with you tonight.
2. I am runnin’ this place, and I am not wantin’ any help.
3. I do not want help from you ‘r anyone else.
4. This sou’western will be a bad storm.
5. I b’lieve I will be going now.

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