良くある間違い It's vs Its

It's/Its:

It’s” is only ever used when short for “it is”. “Its” indicates something belonging to something that isn’t masculine or feminine (like “his” and “hers”, but used when you’re not talking about a person).

How not to do it:

  • Its sunny and windy today.
  • That restaurant is famous for it's fried chicken.

How to do it properly:

  • It’s sunny and windy today.
  • That restaurant is famous for its fried chicken.