There, They're, Their Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.2.2.C and L.4.1.G

Core Standard

Honestly, I can name at least a dozen college graduates that still have trouble with differentiating between these homophones. The words all sound the same but have different meanings and uses in language. The word "There" is an adverb that points to a place. It is basically the opposite of here. The word "They're" is a contraction for the words "they" and "are". The word "Their" is the possessive case of the word "they". These worksheets will work you through mastering the art of the usage of these homophones.









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