Need this sentence to be clarified:

  • Operation and Maintenance of Boiler and Turbine, and it's/ their accessories.

Should I use "it's or their"?

  • I would just write "Operation and Maintenance of Boiler and Turbine and accessories". In context it seems clear what the accessories belong to.
    – user3169
    Mar 2, 2017 at 6:37

1 Answer 1


"it's" is not the correct spelling of the possessive determiner "its". Having said that, notice that "boiler" and "turbine" are two different pieces of equipment, each one with its own accessories, so if you want to refer to the accessories they are provided with you should say: "... and their accessories."

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