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    #1

    Is the meaning of both these sentences same ?

    It's a matter of will or its a matter of will..

    Can somedoby tell me what's a diffrence in the meaning of these sentences ?


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    Re: Is the meaning of both these sentences same ?

    Yes. The first is grammatically correct. The second isn't.

    It's easy to know the difference, as long as you recognize that 'its' is the possessive pronoun of 'it' - The dog bite its own tail - and not a contraction of 'it is'.

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