learn the rule: there / they're / their

  • there is an adverb, indicating place or position
    • There is your sock.
    • Your potato is over there.
  • they're is a contraction (combination) of they and are and means they are
    • Do you know what they're doing?
    • They're stupid.
  • their is a plural possessive adjective, indicating ownership by more than one person or something, where the owners have been previously mentioned or are easily identified
    • Their sock is missing.
    • That is not their potato.
  • The three are not interchangeable.
  • Getting it wrong makes you look stupid. And ugly.

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BlaBla said alot :D Reply

Douche said your going to get it! Reply

Walrus said My mustache is godly. Reply

Yar said RIP you're, let's hold a funeral. :( Reply

Greyfeather said This generation is a failure. Reply

Jilliebean said OH!!! Sorry "Ann Frank!"
That was intentional!
Oops! Reply

Jilliebean said I'm pretty sure Ann Frank said she had "...A(space)LOT of frustration..."
Sorry. Reply

Grace Kidding Fleming said Ur ALL right! Reply

Potato said Your right. Reply

Bonsoir ça Va ? said Your nice ! Thanks for you're advice !! Reply

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