-Possessions like personal belongings and abstract things: "Sandra's class", or "A woman's courage".
-First word: person, or an inanimate thing such as an object, an abstract noun or a city, a collective noun, or an animal.
-Subjective or objective meaning: “My father’s application” (He does the application) or “My boyfriend’s support” (Someone else supports you).
1. First word followed by the 's, and the second word.
2. When the first word ends with an s, we add an apostrophe after: "My parents' suspicious photos".
3. Monosyllabic words ending with s: "St Luis's square".
-Students tend to ignore this and use "of" constructions: "The cds of Miliki".