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.
- It is ___________ turn.
- ___________ ready to go.
- ___________, that is over with.
- ___________ car was stolen.
- ___________ back from ___________ trip.
- ___________ is no explanation for ___________ behavior.
- The party is at ___________ house.
- ___________ going to the woods behind ___________ house.
- ___________ so loud.
- Why don't you ask them ___________ name?
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May 13, 2021