I am certain this will be someone’s pet peeve.
A lot of writers are using an apostrophe to form plurals of nouns, which is simply wrong. The information below shows how to create plurals of nouns based on their ending letter in the singular form.
The biggest takeaway here, I hope, is that we do NOT use an apostrophe to make a regular word plural.
The only exception is when we are forming plurals of single letters, such as A or I. We can write “She got all A’s on her exams” because without the apostrophe, the two letters (As) can be read as “as.”
Isn’t English fun?
NEVER use an apostrohpe to make regular nouns plural.
Nouns ending in s, x, ch, and sh: add es
mess-messes tax-taxes church-churches brush-brushes
Nouns ending with consonant + y,
change y to i and add s
company-companies baby-babies curry-curries
Most others, add s (yes, even foreign words)
taco-tacos house-houses cat-cats Monday-Mondays