It’s or its?

Is it ‘its’ or ‘it’s’? So many people struggle with this. I was surprised to read here that Jane Austen did, too. On the other hand, I think we probably all make this mistake now and again. There’s really very little difference – just a little apostrophe! 😉

‘Its’ shows possession.

‘It’s’ means ‘it is’.

 

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Written by Christine Burgmer

14. June 2016