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Adagio Dazzle


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Apr
26th
2017

Adagio's Small Guide to Understanding the Difference Between There, Their, and They're · 11:20pm Apr 26th, 2017

There - adverb/preposition - in, at, or near a certain point; also used along with or as an exclamatory interjection.
Not to be used in reference to any number of persons' ownership of something or a group's current condition, psychological or physical.
E.g.: "There, upon the hill, lies a small tree."
"Somebody is over there."
"There! Look!"

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A very good question indeed.
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