Sunday, April 7, 2013

There or Their or They're? Free Grammar Practice Test

There, their, and they're sound alike, but each term has a different meaning. Do you know the difference between these three terms? Find out by trying my free practice test below.

Usage Tips
  • When using the term there, think of location. For example, the car is over there.
  • When using the term their, think of possession. It belongs to them. I see their house.
  • When using the term they're, remember this is a contraction. You should be able to substitute "they are" in its place. They're studying for a test.
Directions
  1. Click on the first graphic to enlarge.
  2. Click on the next thumbnail at the bottom of the screen to advance to the next slide.
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