Their Misuse of There

There You Go

There for direction.
There for direction. | Source
There for emphasis.
There for emphasis. | Source
There for a statement.
There for a statement. | Source

There Goes

Hello there .

Hey, you over there .

Yes, you. You can stay over there if you prefer.

There is something I want to tell you.

Can you hear me? Can you see me?

Yes, you. Look over here, because I am not over there .

Okay. Now listen. Here goes.

There is a problem with you being there .

But hey, no sweat, if you want to be where you are.

It would seem there would be less friction with you being there .

Oh, sure, I've tried to tell you that. But there seems to be a disconnection.

Did you hear that? You don't believe that?

You, there ....I'm here... still here.

There has got to be a way for you and I to connect.

Ever heard the saying, "no man's an island?"

There .you go.

Shall we play a game?

Knock, knock.

Who is there ?

About Their Use

There is this great teacher.
There is this great teacher. | Source
Their meaning.
Their meaning. | Source

They Are Used to Their Usage

Excuse me!

It seems that there has been a mistake!

They're ....

Sorry?

I mean they are ....they are being expected.

There seems to be a miscommunication between their people over there .

Their thoughts can be muddled, here and there .

I wonder why?

Can there be a chance for them to learn their 'A B C's" better?

Supposedly, things can appear with a 'click' in this day and age.

But they're slow to pick up.

Nah, not slow. Perhaps confused.

Okay, we can follow what they write sometimes.

But their confusion can confuse their readers.

Some, not all. Poor, some.

There, there ....

They're Not Interchangeable

THERE
THEIR
THEY'RE
When referring to a location.
Use to modify a noun. Therefore, use before a noun.
Contraction of 'they are'
When referring to or toward a place; Away from speaker.
Use to refer to possession by people, animals or things.
It's plural.
When referring to in or at that place.
Use to refer to a person of unspecified or unknown gender.
Many people.
When referring to a matter, relation, a distinct stage in time.
Use to relate with indefinite antecedents such as whoever, anyone , etc.
Lazy way to say.
When referring to call attention to something or someone.
 
Shortcut.
When introducing a sentence or clause.
 
 

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dallas93444 4 years ago from Bakersfield, CA

There you go! Thanks for sharing!


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Healthy Pursuits 4 years ago from Oregon

Great way to drive it into a few brains!


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daisynicolas 4 years ago from Alaska Author

LOL!!!! I know how to spell the letters on this one. Thanks for appreciating.


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Laceylinks 4 years ago from Alabama

There, there, can’t you see they’re their own worst enemies? Their grammar was learned here and there, they’re really not to blame. They’re confused and there isn’t a thing you can do to repair their errors. Hehe!


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daisynicolas 4 years ago from Alaska Author

Gotta salute you! Oops, that's got to... There has got to be a gadget when their misuse slaps the living daylights out of their confusion. You're on a roll, woman.

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