I'm so thankful for having found this post, because I didn’t know [STRIKE]about[/STRIKE] the difference [STRIKE]of[/STRIKE] between “it’s and its”. [STRIKE]and[/STRIKE] Now I know that the meaning of “its” is about [STRIKE]a[/STRIKE] belonging [STRIKE]in a sentence[/STRIKE] but in [STRIKE]the[/STRIKE] British English usually. I’m a Mexican student [STRIKE]in[/STRIKE] of English, and I want to know the [STRIKE]differences of[/STRIKE] difference between “on, in, at”. Can somebody [STRIKE]can to[/STRIKE] help me, please?
Sorry, my English is bad. [STRIKE]yet [/STRIKE]