There, their or they're
 1. There vs Their vs They’re: The Easy Explanation “There” means in that place : We drove there early in the morning. “Their” is a possessive form of they: They gave their earnings to charity. “They’re” is a contraction of they+are : When Grandma and Grandpa get here, they’re going to take us out to lunch.Joseph and Richard can't make up minds.2. I'm going to have lunch at ____ house tomorrow.3. If you need to go back to work, I can take you _____ .4. If you see Christopher and Patrick, tell them ________ late.5. My sister and her friends think that ______ song is best.6. I know where I want to go, but how do I get _______?7. I wonder if they're going to do well on _____ final exam.8. ________ is a lot of work left to do.9. ________ going to learn algebra next year.10. __________are many people trying to board the train.11. ____________playing basketball at Jacob's house.12. Look at those dogs. I think _______ poodles.13. Ethan and Jordan told me that _______ coming.14. If I throw a pair of dice, can you guess what _______ sum will be?15. I love my school but I wouldn't want to live ________ .16. If ______ are not enough toys, the children will not be happy.17. _______ is no excuse for getting your clothes dirty.18. Please put all the boxes over______ .19. The runners are doing _____exercises.20. To win the game you have to get to the hill over ____.
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