Created By: Stratadrake on June 10, 2012
Is this worth a wiki guideline page?
- (singing): "If you want to be posessive, it's just I-T-S... but if it's supposedtobeacontractionthenit's I-T-apostrophe-S !"
- Its is the posessive pronoun, meaning "something belonging to it".
- It's, with apostrophe, is always a contraction for "It is" or "It has".
- I, me -> my, mine
- We, us -> our, ours
- You -> your, yours
- He, him -> his
- She, her -> her, hers
- They, them -> their, theirs
- He -> his
- She -> hers
- It -> its
- They -> theirs
Hello, Unknown Troper. You'll need to get known to lend a hand here.