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There, their, and they're are among the most commonly confused words in the English language, even though every one of them has a distinct meaning and ...

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The trio of their, there, and they're can flummox writers of all levels. It's confusing; they are homophones, meaning they have the same pronunciation (sound) but ...

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There and their (and sometimes they're) are some of the most commonly confused words. They're members of the homophone tribe. That is, they're words that ...

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Many of them tend to be homophones, or words that sounds the same, but are spelled different and have different meanings, such as "there" and "their." Luckily  ...

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They're, their, and there are among the most commonly confused homophones. Here, some tricks and examples to help you use them correctly.

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This is one of the most frequently-confused trios in the English language. Follow along, and learn to suss out the differences between these three words.

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There and Their and They're. Another easy one to sort out. Their is the possessive form indicating belonging to them. You should only use this when you are ...

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Aug 15, 2017 ... Learn how to use THERE, THEIR & THEY'RE correctly. Also see - MOST COMMON MISTAKES IN ENGLISH & HOW TO AVOID THEM: ...

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Oct 15, 2017 ... 'Their', 'there', and 'they're' are commonly misspelled and used incorrectly in writing, even by native English speakers so it's important to use ...

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There indicates a place as in, "I live here not there." It is the opposite of here. Their is the possessive of they, as in "They live there but it isn't their house.