Pluarl and Possessive Nouns

By: Andrew Crane and Justin Vega

Pluarl and Possessive Nouns

Pluar and possesive nouns are two different things. Pluarl nouns are nouns that are more than one just by adding an S. Example: Tom's cat needed more milk. - Tom's cats needed more milk. A possesive noun is a noun that owns something. Example: Jerry's book got distroyed when he left it out in the tornado!