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  1. Anonymous
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    Grammatical question

    :D Hi

    I have a gramatical question on a news article I produced. The question is which phrase is correct grammatically..?

    "Their raw potential..."
    "They're raw potential..."

    This is really doing my head right in. :mad:

    Can someone help..please..!

    I will be enternally grateful.

    A x

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    "Their raw potential..." = the raw potential of someone or a group

    "They're raw potential..." = they are raw potential

    I'll let you choose which is correct.
    I'm not a teacher, so please consider any advice I give in that context.

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    I've made my choice.

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