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What is the singular possessive and plural possesssive of

circus, goose, monkey person, mouse, country, calf, baby, tooth??
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circus's, circuses'
goose's, geese's
monkey person's, monkey people's
mouse's, mice's
country's, countries'
calf's, calves'
baby's, babies'
tooth's, teeth's


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Can you please tell me what the plural possesive form of 'feet' is?

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Feet's: My feet's skin is chafed.

AnonymousWhat is the singular possessive and plural possesssive of

circus, goose, monkey person, mouse, country, calf, baby, tooth??

i need to know what tooth is too !!!!!!!!!!!!
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what is the plural possesive of mouse
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mice's or of the mice.
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geese for goose, mice for mouse, babies for baby, and teeth for tooth
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