[Scribus] Flyer for Scribus
Sun May 21 01:37:59 CEST 2006
Am Sonntag, 21. Mai 2006 01:13 schrieb Gregory Pittman:
> Maciej Hanski wrote:
> > Craig Bradney wrote:
> >> On Sunday 21 May 2006 00:06, Gregory Pittman wrote:
> >>> Maciej Hanski wrote:
> >>>>> Scribus's Friends
> >>>> Scribus's? Are you absolutely sure about it?
> >>> According to Strunk & White, the bible of style at least on this side
> >>> of the Atlantic, Scribus's would be correct.
> >> Sounds like a booboo to me.. if theres an s on the end you don't add it
> >> IIRC.
> > Sounds like Greg were right for this side of the Atlantic, too:
> > <quoting>
> > We add an apostrophe and "s" after all singular nouns and after plural
> > nouns that do not end in "s"...
> > </quoting>
> > http://www.learnenglish.org.uk/grammar/archive/apostrophes01.html
> > http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/grammar/genitiv.htm
> The very first "rule" in Strunk & White's "The Elements of Style" shows
> two correct examples: "Charles's friend", "Burns's poems".
But this is ugly, isn't it? In German, we simply omit the second s and only
use the apostrophe in this case. But in German apostrophe + s isn't used for
the genitive anyway, at least it wasn't until the so called spelling reform,
which made the "fool's apostrophe" (as it is generally called) a part of
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