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If all else fails, remember that 'possessive pronouns' and 'to be' verbs are different; "it's" ALWAYS means "it is" or "it has", not "its". Likewise, you wouldn't use "he's" or "their's" for possessive pronouns; no, you'd use "his" or "theirs".
It's ok not to follow grammatical rules; I'm not forcing you to, nor am I perfect at it myself either. I don't mind anyone making mistakes seven times, or even seven times seventy times, sure, but at the very least try to understand and take heart that without grammar. Sentences weird seems ambiguous or scenario! case wor'st what you're trying to say will never get to the receiver the way you wanted it too.
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