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    Default what is the difference between it and it's

    hello everyone,
    from some days i was thinking that when to use it or when to use it's.
    if someone will help me understand the difference that will be very nice of his/her.

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    Default Re: what is the difference between it and it's

    Please do not edit your question after it has received a response. Such editing can make the response hard for others to understand.


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    Default Re: what is the difference between it and it's

    Quote Originally Posted by AMK-future writer View Post
    h Hello everyone,
    from For some days i I was have been thinking that about when to use "it" or when to use "it's".
    i If someone will help me understand the difference, that will be very nice of hism/her.
    If you want us to give time to your questions, then please give time to checking what you write. You could start by beginning every sentence with a capital letter, and captalising the first person pronoun I.
    Please do not edit your question after it has received a response. Such editing can make the response hard for others to understand.


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    Default Re: what is the difference between it and it's

    Thanks for your editing,
    Well i am a free-person and do not mind little things. If you say it is necessary i will do my best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMK-future writer View Post
    Well i I am a free-person and do not mind little things. If you say it is necessary i I will do my best.
    If you cannot be bothered to follow our suggestions, we will not waste our time making them.
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