Tuesday, 4 June 2013

Difference between their, there and they're


  • means that they belong to someone else
  • lso used to show ownership

Example: Michael and Lola left their car at home as it was a fine night.


  • If you are talking about a place then you need need the word there. 
  • This word tell you where something goes or where something is.

Example: Michael dropped his coat on the floor. Lola said: "Don't put it there, Michael. Hang it on a hook."


  • is 2 words put together the two words are "they are" 
  • it is a short word for they are but it is easier to say and write

Example: "Where are my parents meeting us?" asked Lola. "They're meeting us at the restaurant," said Michael.

by IsabelleEmoji

1 comment:

  1. Wow I'm sure there are a lot of your readers who have now improved their understanding of all the different versions of there. And I'll bet they're all just as impressed with your great explanations and examples as I am, great work.