Here's another common social media's English grammatically error.
The confusion between "is", "its" and "it's"
The common mistake I always see goes like this..
example : "Is good to be alive"
That sentence is grammatically wrong. By right, it supposed to be : "It's good to be alive"
Let me break it down and explain as simple as I can be...
"is" = third person singular present of "be".
Eg : It is good to be alive
"its" = Its is the possessive of "it". IT represents a subject or an object. ITS is liken to how we use HIS for male or HER for female.
Eg : That is Adam's puppy but I don't know its name
"It's" = shorter form of "IT IS". the "IT" is a subject.
Eg : It is a nice day
So.... here's another free lesson and PSA from grammar nazi Tim. Thank you.