First thing first, we ought to always keep in mind that IT’S could be the contraction of IT HAS or IT IS.
Perhaps we already know but I had better remind us of what ITS is. Depending on the context, ITS could serve as a possessive adjective and possessive pronoun.
As a possessive adjective of an inanimate (dead) object, an organization as a unit (not as a group of people) or a singular animal (remember ITS is never used for humans), ITS can be used in this way:
‘The lamb’s leg (=its leg) is eaten raw by a group of lion cubs.’
‘The earth’s atmosphere (its atmosphere) is now increasingly polluted by green house gases.‘
‘The United Nation’s policies (its policies) on some international political issues are considered biased by Hugo Chavez.’
Sounds complicated and too technical? Take your time to extract the points and you’ll nod in agreement that this is not as tricky as you previously thought. I would be glad to elaborate some points you might think unclear or not well-explained. Until next time, XOXO!
The truth always comes out. It’s one of fundamental rules of time.
But the worst thing the truth can do is when you finally tell it, it doesn’t set you free but locks you away forever.
People say, “Your mouth is your tiger, which will anytime devour you”.
Our prophet Mohammad advocated : “What a moslem utters is men is safe from the dangers of their own tongue and arms”.
Imam Ali Radhiallhu’anhu stated: ”An evil heart lies in its mouth and an angelic mouth lies in its heart”.
At times, human beings are against odds, which is the logical consequence of living a life on earth. Often times, we have to deal with inconceivably unwanted shocks.
Ok, that’s all, folks! Until next time, XOXO…
These are some characteristics a phone user may have based on some criteria. Read it through and tell me if my ‘research’ findings are correct, exaggerated, or wrong.
Based on cell phone’s prominent feature(s)
Based on ringtones and alerts