Tuesday’s Tips: Back-to-School Edition

Welcome back! Here’s to another semester of overpriced textbooks and sleep deprivation. To make the transition easier, I’m giving you a simple tip today: the difference between “its” and “it’s.”

It’s is a contraction that means “it is,” always and forever, amen.

Its (without an apostrophe) is the possessive of “it,” meaning “belonging to it.”

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