If the dinner belonged to the dog, it was its dinner. If the dinner belonged to me, it was my dinner.
Once the dog had started eating, wouldn't it automatically becomes the dog's dinner? ;-)
I would have to agree, LOL!Quote:
Originally Posted by tdol
what's different between its and it's?
i would choose either
The word "its" is a possessive adjective.Quote:
Originally Posted by Firelord
The word "it's" is a conctraction of "it is" or "it has". :wink:
it's is used instead of it is, while
its is used when describing that it has.
I agree with you! :wink:Quote:
Originally Posted by nbonavia
I am still confused between these two. Mike can you explain, please? :oops:Quote:
Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
It's = it is or it has
its = shows possession