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How do you say 'its' in Chinese?
September 12, 2011 9:34PM
That meaning is for something belonging to a thing.
For example; if you were referring to a dog's head, you would say "it's head" (它的头).
If you meant "it's" as the short form of "it is" then, technically this could be 它是 but is uncommon.
Usually "it" is not translated into Chinese.
Some examples of this:
"It's raining" would simply be 下雨了 xià yǚ le.
"It's me" = 是我 shì wǒ (technically, this just means "is me" rather than it is or it's)