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    Latest Jobs Vacancies?, "it's" and "its"

    I have a job site. As part of its description, i added "Latest Jobs Vacancies".A friend says its wrong English so i changed it to Latest Job Vacancies.hope that's correct.
    Also i'd like to know, when to use "it's" and "its"
    Last edited by bhaisahab; 27-Apr-2011 at 09:36. Reason: Remove advertisement link.

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    Re: Latest Jobs Vacancies?, "it's" and "its"

    Latest Job Vacancies is correct.

    Always capitalise I.

    Use it's when you need a contraction of it is or it has.

    In your sentence above you need 'A friend says it's wrong. . . .'


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