Anonymous:
Can anyone tell me what the difference of the 3 words are? And the proper use of each.
Hi,

Can anyone tell me what the difference of the 3 words are? And the proper use of each.

Consider these examples.

one student

100 students

The new student's name is Mary.

Do you need more explanation?

Clive
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Anonymous:
what about students'

What is the difference?
Hi Anon

Students' is the possessive form of the plural noun students:

- The new students' names are Mary and Ellen.
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