Important Differences Part-2

IT’S VS ITS:

We often get confused to use it’s or its in sentence. So, guys, I am forwarding to talk about the two perplexing things that I mentioned before. First, you have to know that what “it” is? “it” is third-person singular (neuter), used to mention or stand-in for inanimate things or ideas.

IT’s:

(IT’S) is belittled of it-is or it-has. Belittled word is a shorter or contracted form of a word or group of words. We omit “I” and “ha” from IT’S by an apostrophe. (But the fact is that “IT’S” doesn’t act like it was. So be careful.

Example:

I found my football yesterday, It’s (it has) a beautiful color.

ITS :

“ITS” is mainly a possessive form of it, used to indicate ownership, possession, belonging.

Example:

  1. I found a ball yesterday and it’s mine.
  2. The school raised its floor.

Note:

  1. Never use it with an apostrophe after, it’s totally wrong.
  2. In English, we often see that using an apostrophe after name but don’t confuse  it just for mentioning

Example:

  1. Rashed’s father is not working under any corporation now.

So, confusingly, English doesn’t use apostrophes when showing its personal pronoun like yours, hers, its.

BECAUSE VS BECAUSE OF :

These two things are absolutely different by their name, behavior.

“because” is just a conjunction, which linked two-sentence after and before of its. After using because you have to use a minimum of one subject and one verb.

Example:

  1. I know you ill because you have flu.

“Because of”– huh! It acts like a two-word preposition and absolutely it is.

We have to use noun  or noun phrase or (verb + ing) after Because of

Example: I can’t go out because of feeling sick/ because of my sickness.

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