Friends or friend's or friends' (English Grammar Explained)

Friends or Friend’s or Friends’ (English Grammar Explained)

“Friends” is the plural for “friend”. “Friend’s” is the possessive form of “friend”. Friends’ is the possessive form of “friends”.  Friends, friend’s and friends’ are all pronounced the same way. Friends We use friends when we want to make the word “friend” plural. So it is: I have one friend. I have two friends.  Friend’s  …

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