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14 Jan 2013
John Watson and Sherlock Holmes are never too busy solving crimes and falling in love to teach grammar. In this series of meta-ficlets, John and Sherlock illustrate commonly confused grammar and spelling rules.
"Its," with no apostrophe, is possessive, like "her" or "his."
Example: Sherlock and John like to protect their possessions from accidental damage, so before letting his mates shag Sherlock, John places the violin in its case, hangs the scarf on its peg, and locks the gun in its drawer.
(Inspired by airspaniel's "Lesson Learned")