QuoteOriginally posted by: EtukaQuoteOriginally posted by: Polters/and you think that's/and you think its (NOT "it's"!)I'm afraid it's it's. Its is possessive...Just as it's supposed to be -- the context of the sentence is "its feature is X", not "it is X." The relevant fragment is: "you think its quality adheres the requirements".// BTW, outrun -- s/adheres the requirements/adheres to the requirements I'm pretty positive it's "its" -- remember "it's" is just a contraction of "it is", a good rule to find out whether I'm right is to substitute "it is" in the fragment above and see if it still makes sense
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on October 3rd, 2011, 10:00 pm, edited 1 time in total.