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    It's or its

    It's or its



    It's is a contraction, meaning a shorter or "contracted" form of "it is" or "it has."

    Example: It's been raining for five hours.  


    Its is a possessive pronoun or adjective meaning, "belonging to it," or a "quality of it".

    Example: Put the CD in its place, please. 


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    1. The dog wags tail.

    2. The tree in the back yard has finally lost all of leaves.

    3. Olivia, never too late to learn how to play the piano.

    4. My hometown is famous for old buildings.

    5. What time is it? ten past twelve.

    6. been almost twenty years since you have travelled to Lausanne.

    7. A small plane lost landing gear as the plane took off.

    8. All things considered, taken much too long to finish this work.

    9. Unfortunately, going to take a long time to solve this problem.

    10. I'm interested in Denmark and people.

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