It’s and Its What is the difference?
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Many English speakers get confused with the use of It’s and Its. Others use the words interchangeably which is incorrect. Here is the difference between It’s and Its
It’s is always the abbreviation of “it is” as in “It’s (= it is) a nice day, isn’t it?”
Its is the possessive of “it” as in, “That is Morton’s puppy but I don’t know its name.” In the second sentence, its means “belonging to it
Example of words showing use of It’s and its
Ex1. It’s a bright moring in New York. The Central Park here is widely known for its sunbath.
Ex2. It’s my cat’s and its kitten’s home
Ex3. It’s time for the party and its main theme is retro.