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GetUnderlined: Your Grammar Guide!

By @CollisionOfFates

Their, There, and They're

You’ve made it this far! Woohoo! Thank you for bearing with me throughout this grammar guide.

In this chapter I’m going to inform you of the different spellings of ‘their,’ ‘there,’ and ‘they’re’ as well as their uses.

Their: This word is possessive and shows that a person, or a group of people, owns something.

Exp.: Their cat is crazy.

There: This word shows that there is something somewhere.

Exp.: There is a bug on my head.

They’re: This word is another contraction and is made up of the words ‘they’ and ‘are’.

Exp.: They’re going to the store.

What people write is this: ‘There cat looked at me.’ Or they write this: ‘Their was a dog.’

Again, please don’t do this.

When in doubt, refer to the guide above!

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