Do you know how to make a singular noun that ends in s possessive?
Tennis' greatest rivalry or tennis's greatest rivalry?
Some guides tell you 's and some tell you just '. The traditional view is 's, but nowadays just an apostrophe is accepted. Do you think that's criminal or acceptable?
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