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They their them themselves english lacks a common gender third person singular pronoun that can be used to refer to indefinite pronouns such as everyone anyone someonewriters and speakers have supplied this lack by using the plural pronouns and every one to rest themselves betake william shakespeare. Why do their there and theyre sound the same the trio of their there and theyre can flummox writers of all levels its confusing they are homophones meaning they have the same pronunciation sound but differ in meaning and derivation origin even though they sound the same they arent spelled the same cue the noticeable errors. 2 belonging to or associated in some way with people in general not including the speaker or people addressed in many countries they wash their clothes in the river. The words there and their are often confused and misused because they are homophones they sound alike a good way to remember the difference between the there and their is to remember here with a t is there so it refers to a place while there refers to a place their means belonging to . How to use there their and theyre the english language has many words much like there their and theyre most native english speakers pronounce each the same way theyre homophones words making the same sounds therefore it can be
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