Private Ramirez is sent on a daring mission: to learn the difference between there, their, and they're...
In our last lesson, we talked about homophones—words that sound alike but are spelled differently. Three of the most common homophones are there, their, and they’re.
There often refers to a location.
Secondly, there can be used in a greeting if you don’t know someone’s name.
And finally, there can also mean at that point.
Their is possessive, meaning it’s a word that shows who or what something belongs to. It indicates ownership.
They’re is a contraction for they + are. A contraction is a word made by shortening and combining two words.