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Published on 2 December 2021

Created for UNLV course EDU 214E by Amanda Sexton. Topic: Grammar - Its vs. It's :::::::::::::::::::: Music: Dreams - Bensound https://www.bensound.com Support by RFM - NCM: https://bit.ly/2xGHypM ::::::::::::::::::::

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Transcript
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Using Its vs. It's
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Its vs It's
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Its is possessive. It is used for when somebody owns something.
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It's is a contraction. That means it is a shortened version of "it is" or "it has."
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If you can use the words "it is" or "it has"and the sentence still makes sense, use it's.
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Examples: Its
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(no apostrophe)
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The cat ate its food.
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The food is in its bowl.
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Examples: It's
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(with apostrophe)
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It's cold outside.
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(It is)
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It's been raining for three days.
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(It has)
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Try it yourself!
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Insert either its or it's into these sentences:
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The horse eats ___ hay.
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___ time for school.
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The dog is chasing ___ tail.
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its
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It's
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its
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Ending Recap:
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Use its when something belongs to somebody.
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Use it's when you're trying to say "it is" or "it has."
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