Its or It's?

Every dog has ___ day.


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Tdol

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I am afraid you're wrong, Marwa. The correct answer is its. Sooner, you are right it's = it is/it has and its = the possessive form. :up:
 

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I am afraid you're wrong, Marwa. The correct answer is its. Sooner, you are right it's = it is/it has and its = the possessive form. :up:


thanks tdol ............:)
 

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It's => It is
You're => You are
etc.
 

gilemette

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Every dog has its day
 

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I choose "its" and the answer looks right.:)
 

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Thanks everyone
Every dog has its day.Now i see
 

killerfish

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Thanks all. I used to had confusion between "it" and "its", not much of problem of using "it's". Now I'm much clearer
 

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Its: possessive adj
It's: contracted of "It is" or "It has"
 
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