Where you should stick your apostrophes

“To those who care about punctuation, a sentence such as ‘Thank God its Friday’ (without the apostrophe) rouses feelings not only of despair but of violence,” says Lynne Truss in her classic humorous book “Eats, Shoots and Leaves.” “The confusion of the possessive ‘its’ (without apostrophe) with the contractive ‘it’s’ (with apostrophe) is an unequivocal … Continue reading Where you should stick your apostrophes