In high school, it was harder to make good grade and its more challenging.

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In high school, it was harder to make good grade and its more challenging.

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It was harder and more challenging.
asked Apr 25 '13 at 21:07 cheng New member

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If you mean to say "it is", then "it's" is the contraction. "Its" (without the apostrophe) never means "it is" as Val suggests.

link comment answered Apr 28 '13 at 03:52 Patty T Grammarly Fellow
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Remember that its can either mean it is, as in 'it's a nice day' or its as in 'the cat ate its dinner'.

link comment answered Apr 26 '13 at 00:48 val holmes New member

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