use possessive in a sentence.
What, is it possessive?
Whata possessive father :-)
Never mind, I thought it was possessive.
Two contractions and one possessive; what's your problem?
Upvoted because finally someone used the possessive its properly.
Just FYI: possessive "its" does not receive an apostrophe.
I'm guessing he/she thinks it should be plural possessive - students' instead of student's
Plural possessive of "customer" is "customers'" and not "customer's"; might want to fix the headline.
Further efficiencies can be gained by removing extraneous apostrophes from possessive "its".
The reason is that it's a possessive apostrophe, not a contraction.
I was actually thrown off for a second by the capitalization and possessive apostrophes.
Both its and it's are grammatically valid possessive forms.
You would certainly find possessive it's in Jane Ausen novels (and other contemporaries).
You use an apostrophe for possessives (and contractions).
The improper usage of "it's" as possessive made it impossible for me to read this:"The pronominal possessives hers, its, theirs, yours, and oneself have no apostrophe.
It's not really a mistake, possessive forms of pronouns are irregular with often several valid manifestations.