ottertee at silverwinggraphics.com
Sun Apr 15 21:05:54 EDT 2007
On Apr 15, 2007, at 6:52 PM, Sally Odgers wrote:
>> Er... isn't the problem with the case in hand "its, it's" the
> of the apostrophe for a single possessive form because it is confusing
> and thereby confusing writers still further?
> Its follows hers, his, their.....
If this is the question I think it is, the rule is:
pronouns do not form possessives. They have possessive
forms. Therefore, as Sally said, his, her, their.
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