The second part of our Funny Grammar Guide blog on punctuation is largely concerned with apostrophes and the many different ways in which writers use them to make mistakes! One common example of the use of the apostrophe for abbreviation is in the word ‘you’re’, meaning ‘you are’.
Apostrophes can also be used when writing abbreviated speech, to show where a particular dialect or accent causes the speaker to miss out parts of words, or sandwich two words together. When apostrophes are used in this way they help a reader to hear the phonetic sound the speaker makes but at the same time to understand where the words have been altered, which makes comprehension easier. As you can see from this promotional McDonald’s cup, advertisers often use apostrophes in this way to suggest ‘cool’ abbreviated speech. So hapless Harry has managed to use an apostrophe correctly to indicate that he is the owner of his shop, but sadly became rather over-zealous in liberally sprinkling the same punctuation mark throughout the rest of his sign with less grammatical success!
Time and time again, writers make the mistake of adding an apostrophe before the s at the end of a plural word.
This is one of the most common punctuation errors in the English language, as these many examples show! My spouse and I stumbled over here by a different web address and thought I might check things out.

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This means that when we combine two words into one shorter word, or simply turn a longer word into a shorter version, we use an apostrophe to show where the missing letters have been removed from. Unfortunately this tattoo enthusiast has not only omitted the apostrophe, but also misspelled the word, with lasting consequences! Grammatically however, an apostrophe is required to show where each omission of letters has taken place, so the company is inadvertently implying that their drinks are either ‘good in cold’, ‘good an cold’, or ‘good on cold’!
We use an apostrophe after the name of the owner, followed by the letter ‘s’, to indicate that something belongs to them.
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