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Its: Definition and use in Sentences:

Its, it is a word in English language which is used to describe the possession of something towards its possessor. We are going to use this term in the sentences and then you will be able to understand the different better.

Example 1: The dog ate its food.

  • Here, the term is showing that the food is dog’s and the dog ate it. This showed the possession that it is the dog who own the food and then he ate it.

Example 2: The Lake is beautiful in its own way.

  • Here, the term is trying to attribute the characteristic of beauty towards the Lake and you must have seen the pronoun which was used.

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