Singular, plural, collective

A follow-up to my posting on Ned Halley’s Dictionary of Modern English Grammar, about plurals and collectives. The issue comes up in Halley’s entry on apostrophe (the mark of punctuation), where he writes (punctuation as in the original): There remains the little problem of where the apostrophe goes according to single [I assume he’s (incorrectly) … Continue reading Singular, plural, collective