How do you use there in a sentence?

How do you use there in a sentence?

There Refers to a Place: Example Sentences

  1. Put your coat down over there.
  2. There is something to be said for telling the truth.
  3. What is over there?
  4. That is neither here nor there.
  5. There is always another opportunity to be had down the road.
  6. The book is right over there.
  7. The remote is over there on the couch.

Whats the difference between there and their?

‘Their’ means it belongs to them, eg “I ate their sweets.” ‘They’re’ is short for ‘they are’ eg “They are going to be cross.” ‘There’ refers to a place, eg “I’m going to hide over there.”

When should you use there?

there – Use the word there to refer to a particular place or to indicate a general location. It can be a noun, pronoun, adverb or adjective. It never shows possession. (I thought I left my book in there.)

How do you explain there and their?

Their is the possessive pronoun, as in “their car is red”; there is used as an adjective, “he is always there for me,” a noun, “get away from there,” and, chiefly, an adverb, “stop right there”; they’re is a contraction of “they are,” as in “they’re getting married.”

Are and our?

“Are” and “our” may sound similar, but they play different roles in language: Are is the second-person singular present tense (i.e., “You are”) and plural present tense (i.e., “We are,” “You are,” “they are,” etc.) Our is a first-person plural possessive dterminer, meaning “belonging to us.”

Which is correct thier or their?

Their is the correct spelling of the word. Thier is incorrect and not a word in English.

Which is correct their?

How can I learn the difference between there and their?

How Should I Use There, Their, and They’re?

  • There means the opposite of here; “at that place.”
  • Their means “belongs to them.”
  • They’re is a contraction of “they are” or “they were.”

Is it your pretty or you’re pretty?

The correct form is obviously “you’re”. You’re beautiful! However, “Your beautiful!” sounds the same as the contraction “you’re”, and it’s so common on the net that sometimes I even think it actually looks better, LOL.