I never learned this in elementary aha but itd help a lot if you could give examples of how to use them properly. Thanks !
Everyone explains it quite good. I only want to add the use of THERE, THERE can be used :
1. as adverb of place (showing a place)
example: I don't want to go there.
2. as introductory subject (to be regarded as a subject but refers to nothing) like the function of IT as the impersonal IT
There are too mane people in the room.
There have been too many good memories between us.
It's good to see you again.
Their: Indicates something that belongs to someone.
They're: They are.
There: Indicates a place.
Here are some sentences that use all three of them:
~ There is a dog in their yard, and they're trying to catch it.
~ They're over there by their car. You're going to want to bring your friends over there to meet them.
their means its owned r belongs to someone. ex: Their dog was a pretty golden color.they're is they are put together. ex: They're going to go to the zoo tomorrow. there means like a place r spot...ex: look over there where the butterfly is standing.
"Their" is like... "my", "your", "his/her", "our", "your", "their".
"They're" is like "I'm", "you're", "he's/she's", "we're", "you're", "they're"
"There" is the answer to "where?"
Their = person. Ex: I want to go to their house.
They're= they are. Ex: They're so nice!
There= place. Ex: I want to go over there!
Their = belongs to them.
There = that place
They're = they are
Over there is the Smith family. They're rich. Their dog bites.
In a nutshell.
They're leaving their home because they don't like it there.
THEIR dog ate my homework (yay I wish)
Ah thank you!