Their vs there vs they’re
The difference between these words is fairly straightforward.
Their – indicates possession, for two or more people/things.
- Sally and Dan took their shoes off.
- That couple owns their own home.
- The dogs were barking in their kennels.
- Look over there!
- There were five of us in the group.
- I didn’t know that there were so many cabs in New York City.
- They’re going to eat now.
- It’s nice to see that they’re having fun