hey the answer to this wuestion is .....
it's a lovely town / it is a lovely town
it's = it is which is used to refer something.
its refers to possessive case like -its his
It's means it is which is correct
It's < it's right cause when we whold like to delete ((is)) we must put (( ' )) like thes
thes's = thes is
com's = come is
yeah i'm inglish girl :lol:
"Its" is a possessive pronoun, while "it's" is the contraction of it is. If we use its, there will be no verb therefore it will not be a sentence and the message is obscured. :roll:
It is -impersonal "it" folowed by the verb "be".
It`s mine = It is mine.
"Its" is a possessive pronoun or adjective.
I`ve got a new PC. Its display is modern. - possessive adjective.
What about that plug over there? It is its. [of the computer]-possessive pronoun]
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Yes, I have the same feeling. Thank you everybody.:up: