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--- Comment #5 from TMg <> ---
In German we are using apostrophes much like in English and French. You can
write "what is" as "what's" in English and "ist es" as "ist’s" in German.
That's always two words.

A special example is "Peter’s Bar". That's actually wrong in German. It must be
written as "Peters Bar". However, in both cases the "s" is not part of the
name. So the conclusion is the same: two words.

In German we prefer U+2019 over every other character. However, people tend to
misuse many other characters including U+0027, U+0060, U+00B4 and others.

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