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IELTS Cue Cards-Childhood

 What are cue cards?
A cue card is like a prompt given for IELTS exam. It will usually describe a routine activity, and you will be asked to speak about it using the suggestions given in the card. Your performance is evaluated based on how clearly and fluently you say it.
Here is a cue card for you to practice:

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What is the difference between 'there', 'they're' and 'their"?

The word "their" is used to mean something that belongs to a group of people. see the examples:

Where is their car?Look at their dirty shoes.Their marks were poor.
The word 'they're' is a shortened version of 'they are'. See the following sentences:

They are going to the park.I think, they are a bunch of idiots.

'There' is used to show a place.

I saw the thief over there.Let us search over there. 'There' is also used to mean something that exists: There are three chairs in the room.There is no place for us to sit.There is no shortcut to success.

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