Test date: 17.9.20 (week 2)
The possessive apostrophe with singular nouns (including singular nouns ending in e).
If something belongs to the singular noun (e.g. a cat, a boy, a child), use an apostrophe and an s. ‘s
If something belongs to a singular noun that happens to end in e (E.g. a name such as Charles), just add an apostrophe.
Learn & practise the rule on this BBC Bitesize page: