Knowing Your ABCs

The website, Oxford Dictionaries, says the following about the use of the apostrophe: “The general rule is that you should not use an apostrophe to form the plurals of nouns, abbreviations, or dates made up of numbers: just add -s (or -es, if the noun in question forms its plural with -es).”

Which, if correct, means it is 'ABCs', as opposed to …. in an advert promoting a free Ladybird Books offer on the Daily Record website.

“Learn your ABC's….”, it says.

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