Is it Z or Z’s? With the possessive form of a noun that ends in z, there is no choice. It will have the ziz sound at the end. Therefore, the -z’s ending is needed to tell readers how to pronounce it. Read more about the possessive forms of singular nouns ending s.
Which is correct Jesus or Jesus’s? There are several different style guides for writing the English language. When you follow the rules of The Associated Press Stylebook, Jesus’ is proper. With all other style guides, Jesus’s is correct.
Is it Liz or Liz’s? The correct version: Liz’s walks. My mother’s unmarried name was Liz Gilbert.
Is it Perez or Perez’s? To form the possessive of a proper noun ending in an s or z sound, some people use apostrophe + s, as in Perez’s and Burns’s, and others prefer an apostrophe alone, as in Perez’ and Burns’s.