There, Their, and They're

Their is a pronoun in the possessive case. They're is the contraction of they are. There is usually an adverb or an expletive.

Fill in the blanks with either there, their, or they're

  1. It is ___________ turn.
  2. ___________ ready to go.
  3. ___________, that is over with.
  4. ___________ car was stolen.
  5. ___________ back from ___________ trip.
  6. ___________ is no explanation for ___________ behavior.
  7. The party is at ___________ house.
  8. ___________ going to the woods behind ___________ house.
  9. ___________ so loud.
  10. Why don't you ask them ___________ name?
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