They're vs Their vs There | English Grammar | Ask Linda!
"They're", "their" and "there" are three words that often get used incorrectly. "They're" is simply the contracted form of "they are". "Their" is a possessive and indicates ownership. "There" indicates a place. When trying to decide which word to use remember that "they're" = they are, "their" = ownership and "there" = place.
They?re, their and there are words that often get confused.
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