posted by JORDAN .
Which of the following sentences uses apostrophe correctly?
A. She enjoyed the movie and told me it's scenery reminded her of her hometown.
B.You really ought to take up fly-fishing-- it's a very relaxing hobby.
C.This is a fine piece of furniture, and it's merits speak for themseleves.
D.She wants to study music in all of it's various genres.
Answer:B looks correct but is a bit tricky ,am I correct.
The apostrophe is used when the two words are put together
it is ---> it's
When there is doubt, the possession use (for example: the farmer's cow)does not rate an apostrophe.
So I believe you are correct.
Here is an example from Wikipedia:
"That noise? It's just the dog eating its bone."
Apostrophes are used for contraction. You are correct!