English version

its

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishitsits /ɪts/ ●●● S1 W1 determiner [possessive form of ‘it’]  OWNused to refer to something that belongs to or is connected with a thing, animal, baby etc that has already been mentioned Salzburg is famous for its beautiful buildings. The hotel has its own pool.Do not confuse with it's (=‘it is’ or ‘it has’).
Examples from the Corpus
its ownAcquaintanceship imposes its own discipline and obligation.Right now, this team is in the process of finding its own identity.The House passed its own new restrictions on illegal immigration on March 21.Then serve on its own, or with a nice dollop of cream, or ice cream.Each subject has its own painful application of this misdirected axiom.Its proposed creation is another indication of an attitude in the Community of seeking integration for its own sake.The shop will be offering its own stock of Meissen for sale.But in the event, the government's early performance has delighted even its own supporters.