A possessive noun is used to modify a noun that is the subject of a sentence or a clause, and as the object of a verb or a preposition.The possessive form of the noun goalie is goalie's.Examples:The goalie's face is familiar. (face is the subject of the sentence)The puck that the goalie's move blocked flew into the air. (move is the subject of the relative clause)The mask hid the goalie's expression. (expression is the direct object of the verb)They misspelled the name on the goalie's jersey. (jersey is the object of the preposition.
The singular possessive form is heart's; the plural possessive form is hearts'.
The possessive form is subsidiary's.
No, it is singular, the possessive form of it is its. The plural form of it is they or them, and the possessive form is their.To answer the question directly: there is no such word as ITS'.
The possessive form is battleship's.
Bicyclist's is the possessive form.
The possessive form is librarian's.
The possessive form of "he" is "his": He did his homework after dinner.
The possessive form is posse's.
The possessive form is lawyer's.
The possessive form is whistle's.