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Contractions Vs. Possessive Pronouns: Three Troublesome Pairs
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Have you ever struggled with choices like these when you write sentences?
The puppy chased (it’s or its) tail.
(You’re or Your) my closest friend.
(Who’s or Whose) bike is in the garage?
Have you ever struggled with choices like these when you write sentences? The puppy chased (it’s or its) tail. (You’re or Your) my closest friend. (Who’s or Whose) bike is in the garage?
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Well, you are not alone.  Many people confuse these pairs of words all the time:
it’s		and		its

you’re	and		your

who’s	and		whose
Well, you are not alone. Many people confuse these pairs of words all the time: it’s and its you’re and your who’s and whose
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The most obvious difference between the words in each pair is the apostrophe ( ‘ ) mark:
It’s, you’re, and who’s all contain an apostrophe.
These 3 words are contractions.
The most obvious difference between the words in each pair is the apostrophe ( ‘ ) mark: It’s, you’re, and who’s all contain an apostrophe. These 3 words are contractions.
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Contractions join two words into one.  In the process, one or more letters are left out, and an apostrophe replaces these letters.
Two Words 
It  is   or   It  has
You  are
Who  is   or   Who  has
Contractions join two words into one. In the process, one or more letters are left out, and an apostrophe replaces these letters. Two Words It is or It has You are Who is or Who has
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Possessive pronouns are pronouns that show ownership or possession.  They DO  NOT need an apostrophe to show ownership, unlike nouns, which DO need an apostrophe to show ownership:


Possessive Pronoun---His car (pronoun with no ‘s)
 
Possessive Noun---Bob’s car  (noun with an ‘s)
Possessive pronouns are pronouns that show ownership or possession. They DO NOT need an apostrophe to show ownership, unlike nouns, which DO need an apostrophe to show ownership: Possessive Pronoun---His car (pronoun with no ‘s) Possessive Noun---Bob’s car (noun with an ‘s)
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Possessive Pronoun

Its—no apostrophe
The kitten could not find its squeak toy.
Your---no apostrophe
I like your taste in clothes.
Whose---no apostrophe
We don’t know whose car is parked in the fire lane.
Possessive Pronoun Its—no apostrophe The kitten could not find its squeak toy. Your---no apostrophe I like your taste in clothes. Whose---no apostrophe We don’t know whose car is parked in the fire lane.
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There is an easy substitution test 
you can use in order to choose the correct word in the following troublesome pairs.
There is an easy substitution test you can use in order to choose the correct word in the following troublesome pairs.
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The puppy chased (it’s or its) tail.
The puppy chased (it’s or its) tail.
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(You’re or Your) my closest friend.
(You’re or Your) my closest friend.
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(Who’s or Whose) bike is in the garage?
(Who’s or Whose) bike is in the garage?
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