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What is the difference between these words and what does each word mean?


These words are often used incorrectly in sentences: 1. Your and You're, 2. Were and We're, 3. Their and There and They're.

 
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Best Answer Gene Poschman (gposchman) says

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21 months ago
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    Phyllis Doyle Burns (Phyllis Doyle) 21 months ago

    Very good and correct explanations, Gene. I was hoping that someone would write a hub on this question to help out a lot of new members who need help with words like that. Thanks for answering.

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21 months ago
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    Phyllis Doyle Burns (Phyllis Doyle) 21 months ago

    Hi Stephen. Some just do not want learn. I set these questions up for hubbers with weak grammar skills so we can correct their errors and help them learn, and produce quality hubs..

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21 months ago
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    Phyllis Doyle Burns (Phyllis Doyle) 21 months ago

    Thanks, Twilight. Did you read the other answers? It seems just the experts answer and the ones who need to learn do not bother to answer - probably because they wait to read the correct answers.

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