Until I add something new to the page, here is some information that you can use.
- its = possessive adjective (possesive form of the pronoun it): The crab had an
unusual growth on its shell.
- it's = contraction for it is or it has (in a verb phrase): It's still raining; it's been raining for three
days. (Pronouns have apostrophes only when two words are being shortened into
Their, There, They're
- Their = possessive pronoun: They got their books.
- There = that place: My house is over there.
(This is a place word, and so it contains the word here.)
- They're = contraction for they are: They're making
dinner. (Pronouns have apostrophes only when two words are being shortened