They're, Their, and There

What’s wrong with there word choice? A whole lot, as you’ll find out in this BrainPOP movie! In it, Tim and Moby introduce you to the differences between "they’re," "their," and "there." Find out why it’s not so hard to keep them straight if you know exactly what they do in a sentence. You’ll learn which one is a contraction and how you can check its usage; which one is a possessive pronoun; and which one is an adverb. We can’t promise you’ll never get them mixed up again - but their is a good chance you won’t! (Did you catch that one?)

Learn More:

Is it okay to use the word “their” as a singular possessive pronoun?

Why does the word “they’re” have an apostrophe in it?

How can I remember when to use "their" and "they’re" in sentences?