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  1. Newbie
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    What is "they's" ??

    I hear sometimes "they's..." , is it against the rules ? why is it used

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    #2

    Re: What is "they's" ??

    Quote Originally Posted by gamma View Post
    I hear sometimes "they's..." , is it against the rules ? why is it used
    Hi, gamma! Welcome to the forums!

    "They's" is incorrect and is never acceptable usage. Where have you heard 'they's' spoken?

    Cheers,
    Amigo

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    Re: What is "they's" ??

    Hi, Amigo and thank you for replying .. yeaah I should expect a lot of misusage when I learn a language .. I heard it in some movie I don't recall .. and read here...they's been spyin'
    it says " they's been spyin' "
    thank you again .... ummmm...you british amigo?

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    Re: What is "they's" ??

    Quote Originally Posted by gamma View Post
    Hi, Amigo and thank you for replying .. yeaah I should expect a lot of misusage when I learn a language .. I heard it in some movie I don't recall .. and read here...they's been spyin'
    it says " they's been spyin' "
    thank you again .... ummmm...you british amigo?
    You're welcome, gamma!

    No! I was born and raised in the good old USA!!!

    Have you ever been to the United States?

    Cheers,
    Amigo

  5. Newbie
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    Re: What is "they's" ??

    I haven't ,but I don't think seriously to be there .. you know.. camels don't ski ..

    I thought "cheers" is british, isn't it? haven't been there either.

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