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Thread: Its or It's

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    #21

    Re: Its or It's

    It's is it is
    and its is possesive..
    so I think the answer is it's

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    #22

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    Even I got confused but some one corrected me it would be "it's"

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    #23

    Re: Its or It's

    Quote Originally Posted by ieltsonly View Post
    The correct answer is "it's." Every sentence needs a verb and here it is to be : "it is."

    "Its" is a possessive adjective.
    The dog is licking its paws.

    I hope this helps

    Stephen
    Stephen is right.

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    #24

    Re: Its or It's

    The correct answer is - It's

    Explanation
    : It's is a short form of It is. On the other hand its defines something belonging to something, e.g. What is the color of Apple? = its color is red.

    I hope my answer is clear to you. By the way, English is not my native language, neither is Spanish but I teach people these two languages as my hobby.

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    #25

    Re: Its or It's

    all together are right
    Last edited by Faisal.y; 23-Jan-2015 at 11:03.

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    #26

    Re: Its or It's

    It's is always an abbreviation of it is. Whereas its is used when an item belongs to something.

    I think it's a mistake. (I think it is a mistake)

    The lion dragged its paws as it walked.

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    #27

    Re: Its or It's

    Hi everyone!:

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    Re: Its or It's

    I think the answer is it's..

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    #29

    Re: Its or It's

    oh " It's" correct here

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