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Likes Received: 3. Location: Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States. thats = more than one "that". that's = that is. that's = the thing belonging to that (would not be commonly used, but if one were calling a thing "that" instead of using its name, it would work) Its = the thing belonging to it, or more than one "it". it's = it is/ it has.What's the difference between what's and whats?
Same thing. "What's" is a word, "whats" is not. I'm sure just about any contraction you can think of will fit the same mold. The only exception that comes to my mind is its. "Its" is a possessive pronoun, "it's" is a contraction of "it is." Catrin Lewis and ManOrAstroMan like this. In a house! Same thing. "What's" is a word, "whats" is not.What is the difference between it's and it's?
It's is also a contraction of it has - It's been snowing. The simple way to remember it is: if you can't replace it's with it is or it has, then "it's" is wrong and "its" should be used. The same goes for who's, which is a contraction of who is or who has. If neither fits, then it should be whose (possessive).What is the difference between who's and whose?
The same goes for who's, which is a contraction of who is or who has. If neither fits, then it should be whose (possessive). Apostrophe s typically indicates ownership. Girl's hat, hat's feather, feather's coloring.