I know it's minor (<-- notice the use of "it's" there ) but still figured you'd like to have it fixed.
Thanks for a great service!
The grammar is 100% correct.
No it doesn't.
Its is possessive. It's means it is.
It's a very common grammatical error, and many people fail to notice it.
"Mrs Jones' stuff"
"My brother's friend's stuff"
"The company's property"
"The house's windows"
I wish they still taught grammar in schools.
And neither is the same mainstreamed version simply rehashed by a public school drone on a webpage.
[Edited by Dhampy, 1/9/2010 11:47:41 AM]
Its or It's?
Its is the possessive pronoun; it modifies a noun.
It's is a contraction of it is or it has.
Incorrect: The mother cat carried it's kitten in it's mouth.
(Possessive pronoun, no apostrophe)
Correct: The mother cat carried its kitten in its mouth.
Correct: I think it's going to rain today.
(Contraction of it is)
Correct: It's been a very long time.
(Contraction of it has)
I've never ever heard of "it's" being the same as "its" when used as a possessive pronoun. I might be wrong, English is not my native language. But I still believe using "it's" for anything else but the contraction of "it is" is incorrect.
*edit* Dhampy, please send me a link which explains your point. I'd love to get this straight, as I'm a sucker for grammar
[Edited by Frederiksen78, 1/9/2010 11:48:58 AM]