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    148 19.73%
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    602 80.27%
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Thread: "it's" vs "its"

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    #31

    Re: "it's" vs "its"

    No teacher.

    Yeah, I agree with the guys who say its is the right one.

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    #32

    Re: "it's" vs "its"

    If you look back through the thread, you'll see that RonBee has confirmed the correct answer several times.

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    #33

    Re: "it's" vs "its"

    You taught me a lesson on that one, 5jj.

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    #34

    Re: "it's" vs "its"

    Yep, the answer is "its"....

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    #35

    Re: "it's" vs "its"

    Clearly "its" :)

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    #36

    Re: "it's" vs "its"

    "its" is possesive, and "it's" is contraction

    so the answer it "its" . . yeas i'm right. .

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    #37

    Re: "it's" vs "its"

    it's is contracted form of it is and it doesn't make any sense there

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