If the dinner belonged to the dog, it was its dinner. If the dinner belonged to me, it was my dinner.
I agree with you.LOLOriginally Posted by RonBee
Once the dog had started eating, wouldn't it automatically becomes the dog's dinner?
I would have to agree, LOL!Originally Posted by tdol
what's different between its and it's?
i would choose either
The word "its" is a possessive adjective.Originally Posted by Firelord
The word "it's" is a conctraction of "it is" or "it has". :wink:
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it's is used instead of it is, while
its is used when describing that it has.
I agree with you! :wink:Originally Posted by nbonavia