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Mrs. W’s Word Feb 12, 2013

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Their” shows ownership: “We went to their house for a party.”

Often mistaken for “there” — a place: “He is not here. He is over there.”

Also mistaken for “they’re”–the contraction for “they are”. “They’re coming over to their house because it is fun to be there.”



About Laura W

Mom of two amazing sons. Happily married for 22 years. I am a 5th and 6th grade Math teacher. I'm very energetic and outgoing. I have a strong faith in God and love of my country. I enjoy spending time with my family, writing, strength training, music, reading, all things related to computers and technology, and TEACHING. I truly love being a teacher.

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