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    #1

    Smile It vs It's

    Dear teacher,

    Can you explain to me on how to use the word "It" & "It's" correctly.
    I give you my sentences:

    1. It's nice talking to you
    2. I bought new car and it color is blue.
    3. It's make me happy
    4.Why you brought me the spoon? i don't need it.
    5. Never mind, It's ok!


    Thank you

    ayumi

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    Re: It vs It's

    * Not a teacher

    1. It's nice talking to you.
    2. I bought a new car and its color is blue.
    3. It makes me happy.
    4. Why did you bring me the spoon? I don't need it.
    5. Never mind, it's OK!


    it's = abbreviation for it is
    it = pronoun, 3rd person, singular

    I don't think anyone is willing to provide (or can provide) all the possibilities and contexts in which you can use it or it's. Just give us contexts (like you did) and we will help you to fill in the right form. If you need further explanation like "why did you choose "it" and not "it's", do not hesitate to ask.
    Last edited by SirGod; 04-Jan-2012 at 09:10.

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    #3

    Re: It vs It's

    Ayumi, enter your excellent thread title into the Search box at the top of the page and you'll find links to many earlier discussions of this topic.

    Rover

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    Re: It vs It's

    Quote Originally Posted by SirGod View Post
    * Not a teacher



    it's = abbreviation for it is
    it = pronoun, 3rd person, singular

    I don't think anyone is willing to provide (or can provide) all the possibilities and contexts in which you can use it or it's. Just give us contexts (like you did) and we will help you to fill in the right form. If you need further explanation like "why did you choose "it" and not "it's", do not hesitate to ask.

    Dear friend **not teacher ,
    Thanks for your advise. I'll ask again when i get confuse

    Cheer,
    Ayumi

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    Re: It vs It's

    thanks rover!

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