'Its' is a possessive determiner and possessive pronoun. In this part, we will go through its uses and grammatical rules in English grammar.
Its vs. It's
What is the difference between "its" and "it's"? How can we use each of them? Are they the same thing? Here, we will discuss the differences between them.
Possessive pronouns show ownership and indicate that something belongs to someone particular. With their help, we can make a possessive phrase shorter.
His vs. He's
"His" and "He's" have somewhat similar pronunciations, but different meanings or spelling. So what is their difference?
Ours vs. Our's
'a friend of ours' or 'a friend of our's?' Which one do you think is the correct choice? In this part, we will discuss the possessive pronoun 'ours'.
This article discusses distinguishing between referents or senses that are identifiable in a given context and those that are not. Let's begin!
Theirs vs. Their's
Which one do you think is correct? Here, we will discuss the third-person plural possessive pronoun in the English language.
They vs. Their
'They' and 'them' are both refer to a group of people, but they function differently in a sentence because they take different grammatical roles.
He vs. His
'He' and 'his' are two examples of gender-specific words in the English language. One is a personal pronoun, the other is a possessive determiner and pronoun.
In this lesson, we will learn more about 'her' which is the third-person singular pronoun, and the object pronoun of 'she.'
Possessive determiners are types of function words used before a noun to show ownership or possession. In this lesson, we will learn all about them.
Its vs. Their
Can we replace 'its' with 'their'? If yes, when can we do this? To know if they are truly interchangeable or not, don't waste another minute and read this part.
Are vs. Our
Well, are you still interested in learning more about confusing words? Well, this time, let's delve into more grammatically confusing words.
His or Her vs. Their
In the modern day and age, writers are looking for ways to write generic sentences without using gender-based pronouns. One of the ways is to use 'their'.
His vs. Him
We have different kinds of pronouns in English grammar, for example, subject, object, possessive, impersonal, etc. Here, we will discuss two masculine pronouns.
She vs. Her
'She' and 'her' are both pronouns that are used to refer to nouns describing female persons and animals.
'His' is a possessive determiner of 'he'. In this part, we will go through its uses and grammatical rules in English grammar.
Mine vs. My Own
'This is a duty of mine'. 'This is a duty of my own.' Which one of these sentences do you think is correct? Can we use both of them? What is the difference?
Yours vs. Your's
'Yours sincerely' or 'Your's sincerely'? Which one do you think is correct? Here, we will discuss the second-person possessive pronoun in the English language.
Hers vs. Her's
'A friend of hers' or 'a friend of her's?' Which one do you think is the correct choice? In this part, we will discuss the possessive pronoun 'hers'.
Nowadays using genders to refer to males and females is not considered common. In this lesson, we will learn about how and what it is.
Possessives are used to indicate possessions. In this lesson, we will discuss the different types of possessives, including nouns, determiners, and pronouns.