Apostrophe -sOriginally Posted by lillyuk
it's is short for it is. The apostrophe (') represents the missing vowel 'i'.
...the use of it is outdoor area. (Not OK; subject + verb))
...the use of its outdoor area. (OK; possessive pronoun)
its, with no apostrophe, is the possessive form.
I can't make out the meaning of the phrase '...witnessed occurring'. :? Do you have the entire sentence?Originally Posted by lillyuk
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