Unpunctuated Challenge 13: Apostrophes for Plural Possession

Writers' Squiggles

With the ‘apostrophe arrow’ method, the tail of an apostrophe points to the owner. This is the same for singular and plural possession.

In this challenge a dog only has one tail. Therefore the sentence must be referring to the tails of both dogs.

You can learn more about using the ‘apostrophe arrow method’ in the resources for using apostrophes for plural possession.

You can find more quirky facts about punctuation in the Monster Punctuation book!