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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #99121: They're / their / there
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    They're / their / there


    • it is the opposite of HERE: Where are the children? They are over THERE.
    • it shows that something exists: THERE is some sugar in my coffee.

    • it refers to something someone has: They bought THEIR house in 2004.
    • it is always followed by a noun: THEIR car is in THEIR garage. 

    • = they are
    • it can be followed by:
    an adjective: THEY'RE happy.

    a verb+ing: THEY'RE working.

    an adverbial phrase of place: THEY'RE in the garden.

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    1. Was a library in that town ten years ago?

    2. They could not remember where they hid money.

    3. I've read an interesting book about New Zealand, I'd love to go one day.

    4. They say that it's going to rain but I wonder if right.

    5. Look! taking the dog for a walk.

    6. How many pupils are in your school?

    7. She says English but I can hear an Irish accent when they speak.

    8. house was built in 2001.

    9. He's been to South Africa but I've never been .

    10. They started studying German and now aim is to learn Chinese.

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