Do you know when to use "there", "they're", and "their"?

Do you know when you're supposed to use "there", "they're", or "their"? A lot of people don't... or they choose not to...
Do you know when to use


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  • I think so yeah

    They're making many mistakes on when to use it. When you go to youtube comments, you'll see it often there. And the sad thing is, they don't see their own mistake. They think, they're correct lol

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What Girls Said 17

  • There = referring to a place. Ex: it's over there.
    They're = they are. Ex: they're going to the picnic.
    Their: showing possession. Ex: the ball is theirs.

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  • Sadly I have always had issues with that since a lot of times I get confused about it. Though if anyone makes fun of me for it I will become dead serious and angry, where I will want to punch them for it. It's one of my insecurities due to how dumb my learning disability already makes me feel.

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  • Well, I'm not an English native speaker, but I guess I know when to use these words.
    I can give some examples.
    There: I went to visit my friend in Australia. She lives there.
    They're: Those are my co-workers. They're ( they are) cousins.
    Their: My grandparents gave me their wedding pictures.

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  • hahaa funny image, but yes I do know the difference between there, theyre and their. I actually aced my quiz on this in grade school! People were jealous ♥

    They are going to school...
    Over "there" is the remote...
    hmm I can't think of a "their" example..

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  • I consider myself a grammar nazi. My friends know this.

    It irks me that folks can't discern between there, their and they're. The other 2 big ones for me are:

    Your and you're -----very very commonly used incorrectly.

    Lose and loose

    To and too

    Unfortunately spell checker doesn't catch these enough.

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  • I do. That image, though... 😂

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  • Of course.

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  • ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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  • Yes, I do.

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  • "There it is!"

    "They're sitting on the porch."

    "I have seen their new shoes and I love them."

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  • Yeah, learned those at school.

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  • Their mama is ugly.
    They're stupid.
    There is a zit on your balls Hun.

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  • Are people really still having trouble with these?

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  • Yes, I do.

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  • Yes, I'm not a moron. But I find myself more often irritated when people don't know the difference between "women" and "woman"

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  • Yea of course.
    EX:
    It is their house.
    That house over there.
    They're having a house party.

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What Guys Said 13

  • Yes, I never go wrong with those words! Thankfully!

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  • I know when to use it correctly, but I pronounce them the same way.

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  • i'm dyslexic so I do find it confusing at times

    so when I remember or think about google is my friend.
    I have got it set for a help out etc

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  • Yes, I do indeed. There is a time when people are tired and their stomach's are empty and when they're full.

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  • yeah. it´s not even my first language. is that an issue for native speakers? XD

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  • yes. if I do it wrong, it's because swype fucked me over again

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  • No, I'm an illiterate dipshit.

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  • Yeah i passed elementary school long time ago

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  • Are there someones who dont know how to use them xd

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  • Yes I know when to use it but auto correct doesn't. Lol

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  • Yeah. I do.

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  • there is like a destination... "hes over there"
    theyre is a contraction for they are... "theyre going out tonight
    their is showing position... it is not theirs

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  • They're standing over there with their dicks out.

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