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Today’s vs Todays: Which Is Grammatically Correct?

One of the most common grammar mistakes involves forgetting to use apostrophes

The word todays without an apostrophe is grammatically incorrect

This article will explain when you should use an apostrophe in today’s and how to remember

We use an apostrophe followed by an S whenever we want to show possession

If something belongs to the present day, you would use the possessive form today’s

The only time you should use todays without an apostrophe is when you’re referring to the

This is rarely done except for poetic purposes, such as in the title of the book All

Today’s means “belonging to the present day” or “relating to the present day

” In this sentence, the word today’s indicates that you’re talking about the present day’s

Here are some more examples of today’s from English literature

And knows that yesterday is but today's memory and tomorrow is today's dream

“Today's worries are yesterday's fears and tomorrow's stories

“The best possible way to prepare for tomorrow is to concentrate with all your intelligence, all your

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