Difference between Its and It’s

Core difference

It’s and Its are different terms and cannot be used interchangeably. It is used for “Has” or “Is”, while Es is the possessive form of it. If we have to say “It’s been a long time since we met here” it can be said as “It’s been a long time since we met here”. If we say “Today is beautiful, we are going to go out” it can be said as “Today is beautiful, we are going to go out”. If you have to say “The leaves of the tree have been lost” it can be said as “The tree has lost its leaves”. If we say “The windows of the building are missing,” we can say, “The building has no windows.”

What is it?

It is his possessive form. It is similar to “His” used as a possessive form of “El”. If you have to say “The leaves of the tree have been lost” it can be said as “The tree has lost its leaves”. If we say “The windows of the building are missing,” we can say, “The building has no windows.”

What is it?

It is used for “Has” or “Is”. If we have to say “It’s been a long time since we met here” it can be said as “It’s been a long time since we met here”. If we say “Today is nice, let’s go for a walk” it can be said as “Today is nice, let’s go for a walk”.

Key differences

  1. It is the possessive form of it, while it is used for «It has» or «It is».
  2. Es, without an apostrophe, while Es with an apostrophe.
  3. It is used for things while it is used to make a sentence.
  4. It’s been a long time since we went to the gallery in Madrid. The Madrid gallery is famous for its art.
  5. For example, it’s cold today, Murree is famous for his coldness.
  6. For example, it’s hot today, Multan is famous for its hotness.
  7. For example, it is an old building, its walls are weak.
  8. For example, it’s my car, its engine is broken.

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