Pigeon English - apostrophe practice

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GCSE GCSE English Quiz on Pigeon English - apostrophe practice, created by Bob Read on 10/27/2013.

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Question 1

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Which of the sentences below is correctly punctuated?
Answer
  • You could see the lighter burns on Miquitas' hands all shiny like wax
  • You could see the lighter burns on Miquita's hands all shiny like wax

Question 2

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Which of the sentences below is correctly punctuated?
Answer
  • Sometime the killer comes back to watch the funeral. He wants to rub the cop's noses in it.
  • Sometime the killer comes back to watch the funeral. He wants to rub the cops' noses in it.

Question 3

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Which of the sentences below is correctly punctuated?
Answer
  • They're always telling you to wash your hands. Asweh, there are so many germs here you wouldn't believe it!
  • There always telling you to wash your hands. Asweh, there are so many germs here you wouldn't believe it!

Question 4

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Which of the sentences below is correctly punctuated?
Answer
  • I could still taste Poppy's breath on them. It was the only superpower I needed.
  • I could still taste Poppys' breath on them. It was the only superpower I needed.

Question 5

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Which of the sentences below is correctly punctuated?
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  • Whenever I see Harvey coming I hold my breath so he can't smell my fear.
  • Whenever I see Harvey coming I hold my breath so he cant smell my fear

Question 6

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Which of the questions below is correctly punctuated?
Answer
  • Her breath smelled like Orange Tic Tacs'.
  • Her breath smelled like Orange Tic Tacs.

Question 7

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Which of the sentences below is correctly punctuated?
Answer
  • It's 'cause the teachers are all robots and the signal from the phones messes with their circuits.
  • It's cause the teachers are all robots and the signal from the phones' messes with their circuits.

Question 8

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In the sentence below Harrison is describing the way pigeons walk. Which of the sentences is correctly punctuated?
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  • I like their orange feet and the way their heads move when their walking like there listening to invisible music.
  • I like their orange feet and the way their heads move when they're walking like they're listening to invisible music.

Question 9

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In the sentence below Harrison is describing a local man who goes to the same church. Which of the sentences is correctly punctuated?
Answer
  • Mr Frimpongs so old there are spiders in his ears. I've seen them with my own two eyes.
  • Mr Frimpong's so old there are spiders in his ears. I've seen them with my own two eyes.

Question 10

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Which of the sentences below is correctly punctuated?
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  • X-Fire's breath smells like cigarettes and chocolate milk.
  • X-Fires breath smells like cigarettes' and chocolate milk.