What is basically difference between adding a apostrophe to a singular adjective ghost like ghost's and without it like ghosts
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Ghost's is possessive. Here is an example of it being used:
The ghost's body disappeared into the wall.
Ghosts, on the other hand, is the plural form of ghost. Here's an example:
I saw two ghosts yesterday.