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Arkansas’ or Arkansas’s?

Arkansas’ or Arkansas’s?

Arkansas’ is a possessive form of Arkansas, which you should use when following the rules of the AP Stylebook. E.g., “Arkansas’ natural beauty is captivating.” Also, Arkansas’s is a singular possessive form, which you should use for the Chicago Manual of Style. E.g., “Arkansas’s historical landmarks are well-preserved.” As the…

Paris’ or Paris’s?

Paris’ or Paris’s?

Paris’ is a possessive form of Paris, which you should use when following the rules of the AP Stylebook. E.g., “Paris’ architecture is renowned.” Also, Paris’s is a singular possessive form, which you should use for the Chicago Manual of Style. E.g., “Paris’s cultural heritage is diverse.” As the following…