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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:

  1. Where is their car?
  2. Look at their dirty shoes.
  3. Their marks were poor.

The word 'they're' is a shortened version of 'they are'. See the following sentences:

  1. They are going to the park.
  2. 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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