Part four in the "Common Grammar Mistakes" series. Last time we talked about their vs. there vs. they're. Here, we discuss another common grammar mishap.
It’s vs. Its
Finding the correct usage for these two words can be challenging to some writers. But it need not be. The difference between “it’s” and “its” is that one is a contraction and one indicates possession.
It’s is short for “it is” or “it has”. You would use “it’s” in the following scenarios:
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