The Important Apostrophe: It's and Its
Help class members distinguish the difference between its and it's. As individuals read sentences and determine if the use of the two words are correct or incorrectm they fill in the blanks of sentences with the appropriate it's or its.
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- Extend the practice and have pupils create their own sentences with variations of the selected verbs
- Assumes learner are familiar with contractions
- Starts with a brief introduction and tips, followed by 16 practice sentences
- Comes with an answer key
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