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  1. agordon24
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    Post Help Please!!

    My daughter is getting ready to go to the county spelling bee(for the 1rst grade). There/Their/they're is on her list of words to study. We're having trouble with them. Im having trouble trying to explain them to her, so she'll understand how to tell which one they're giving her when she's up there. Can someone please help me. I really appreciate it.
    Thanks
    ~Angel~


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    Re: Help Please!!

    They're
    means "they are."

    Their
    is the possessive form--their books, their pencils.

    there
    that place (opposite of here)

    I hope this helps. Good luck on the spelling bee!

    Nancy

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