Using Words Correctly 1
Some words are easy to mix up. Watch out for these:
its, it's: Its shows ownership. It's means "it is" or "it has."
It's not uncommon for a beaver to cut through a tree with its teeth.
their, they're, there: Their shows ownership. They're means "they are." There refers to location.
If you look over there, you will see beavers gathering wood for their dam. They're working hard.
to, two, too: To shows movement toward something. Two means "2." Too means "very" or "also."