Tuesday, June 24, 2008


You only need an apostrophe in "its" if you can successfully substitute the words "it is" in the sentence.

"The cat licked its butt."
"It's hotter than a mofo outside."

I really shouldn't have to be teaching you this at this age (unless you're in second grade).

P.S. If you're in second grade, how did you end up here?


Blogger Caro Louise said...

If I may add, "your" never means the same as "you are, shortened to "you're".
Their has an "e" and an "i", just like a little girl and boy who both have something. Not "there".
thank you!

March 11, 2010 2:54 PM  

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