Every English poet should master the rules of grammar before he attempts to bend or break them.
1895 - 1985
English poet, critic
"They're - There - Their" are pronounced the same,
but spelled differently according to usage:
"There" refers to a place.
Examples: There is a library in the first building. It is over there.
Hint: If you can use the word "here," you have it right!
"They're" is a contraction of "they are"
Example: They're not in this building.
Hint: "They" is a pronoun and "are" is the verb.
If you can substitute "We are" you have it right!
"Their" is the posessive pronoun.
Example: Their library is located on the next street.
Hint: If you can substitute "our" you have it right!
"they're, there, their " practice!