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Woodstock '99 (FOX) - Woodstock Grammar
At the very beginning of the special, it says
"In 1969, The Woodstock Music & Art Festival Defined It's Generation", which is incorrect grammar. It's supposed to be "defined its generation" and then right after, it does it again: "And once again, Woodstock defined it's generation". but then, i actually liked this special, unlike the other idiot FOX specials
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Special Requirements: A copy of the Woodstock '99 special on FOX
Contributed By: munkeey on 08-31-1999 and Reviewed By: Webmaster
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#1 Assassin writes:
It shows possession of the Generation.
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pja720 writes:
The last (and so far only) comment is wrong! The possessive form of the pronoun is "its." "It's" can _only_ be a contraction of "it is." The pronoun "it" is kind of like an exception to the usual rule of possession. End result: FOX screwed up; FOX needs an editor -- call me.
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