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IT’S It's is a contraction for it is or it has. It Is It’s time to go to sleep It’s only 5p.m. It’s my right as your mother to assign you a bedtime!
IT’S It's is a contraction for it is or it has. It has It’s been a long time since you woke up. It’s not been! It’s got to happen soon!
“It Has” or “It Is” a rule Replace It’s with “It Is” It’s Cousin It It has Cousin It It is Cousin It
“It Has” or “It Is” a rule It’s glasses are funny. It has glasses are funny. It is glasses are funny.
ITS Indicates a possessive Every dog has its day. Its been attacked by a squirrel. Its tail is hurting.
The rule of “Her” If you can replace “Its” with “her” then you are correct!
Its tail is hurting
Her tail is hurting
Its a hard knock life.
Her a hard knock life.
It is a hard knock life.
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REMEMBER! If you want it to be possessive, it’s just “ITS” But if it’s supposed to be a contraction then its I-T-apostrophe-S
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