|User Name||Thread Name||Subject||Posted|
|GUEST,Neovo||BS: UK Narrowboat hire (48)||RE: BS: UK Narrowboat hire||27 Jun 06|
I venture to agree with anonymous GUEST. Punctuation is there to help guide the reader towards sense when reading. Originally this was meant to indicate pauses and pronunciation when reading aloud. Ask yourself which makes more sense when spoken - "Chas yard" (Chas') or "Chases yard" (Chas's). End of drift?