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This blog post is part of a series of posts that aim to correct common English grammar mistakes.
It is homophones that tend to confuse English language students, they’re pretty tricky to master. So it pays to be a bit more clued up on all the ones out there, it’s probably because their sounds are so similar. You can see where I’m going with this: “There”, “Their” and “They’re”. Here is how to use them correctly:
“There” refers to a place. For example:
“Their” is about possession. For example:
“They’re” is a shorter version of “They are”. For example:
Connor FitzPatrick is the newest addition to the English Language Centre Brighton and has worked within English language schools since graduating from university. One of his many jobs is ensuring all grammar and language is correct and accurate across ELC’s websites and all its social streams.