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The most frequent writing error in the English language is the use of the words “it’s” and “its.” Do your part to Save the Apostrophe by not misusing these common words. Apply the rule that when you mean “it is” or “it has” in a sentence, you hang the apostrophe. And when you mean “its” as possessive, drop the apostrophe. Apostrophes are not used in terms of possessive pronouns like its, theirs, his, hers, yours, ours, and whose.It’s that simple.
Ex. It’s an amazing day when there is full sun and you soak up its light.