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Indeterminate color Riddles, jokes  Weight: 1 Liked the puzzle: 50% 19.03.2011
A certain subject caught the attention of a walking couple. They started to argue. He said: It's red. She said: No, it's black. He shot back: Yeah? Then why is it white? She replied: Because it's green, silly. What are they arguing about?
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alan
 
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2011-03-19 10:52:30
Reserved.
Danallen
 
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2011-09-03 00:33:25
Is grammatical punctuation important?
"Its" is mentioned three times and is the possessive form.
"It's" is the contracted form standing for "It is" and would make "correct grammar" verbally if meant so.
Which grammatically is correct, since there is a interrogatory form shown in the third sentence with "is it" which would imply "It's" in the other statements?
kavfy
 
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2011-09-05 17:52:14
Everywhere should be "It is" = "It's".
denisR_adm
 
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2012-01-06 19:08:10
Danallen 2011-09-03 00:33:25
Is grammatical punctuation important?
"Its" is mentioned three times and is the possessive form.
"It's" is the contracted form standing for "It is" and would make "correct grammar" verbally if meant so.
Which grammatically is correct, since there is a interrogatory form shown in the third sentence with "is it" which would imply "It's" in the other statements?

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