The difference between “Its and It’s”

Seeing this typo is without a doubt my single biggest pet peeve. I literally see it everywhere. Hopefully this post will be seen by people searching for when to use “its” vs “it’s”. It’s dead simple:

Never use “it’s” unless you mean to say “it is.”



I never want to see this typo again. Thanks for reading.

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    My pet peeve are people using word “literally” too much.

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    Also don’t forget about non-capitalized I’s, your/you’re, u, plz, and everything else.

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    The all-too-common “lose” being misspelled as “loose” is of my top typo peeves.

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