Proper and common noun can sometimes be further classified as possessive nouns.
In the possessive case, a noun changes its form to show that it owns or is closely related to something else. Usually, nouns become possessive by adding a combination of an apostrophe and the letter “s”.
- The only luggage that was lost was the prime minister’s.
- The miner’s face was covered in coal dust.
- Where is Ram's telephone?
- Who took Ravi's pen?
- The ambulance’s seats are very uncomfortable for patients.
- The boy’s Hockey team will be selected for final match.
- She plans on opening a women's Beauty parlor.
- Children's programming is not a high priority.
- This is Mera's car.
- I like Hema's hair.