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A possessive noun is a noun indicating ownership or possession. For example 'the story of the witness' can be turned into 'the witness's story'.
The possessive is shown by adding an 's to the end of a noun or just an ' after plural nouns already ending in -s. Examples:
the car of my mother = my mother's car
the teacher of our class = our class's teacher
the coats of the children = the children's coats
the covers of the books = the books' covers
the meeting of the bosses = the bosses' meeting
The possessive is also used as a shorthand for something that does not literally belong to that person or thing, it's used in place of 'of' or 'for'. Examples:
The ladies' room does not belong to ladies, it means that it is designated for the use of ladies.
A store that sells men's suits doesn't sell suits that belong to some men, it sells suits for men.
A book of Shakespeare's plays are not plays that belong to Mr. Shakespeare, they are plays written by him.
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