Their, there and they’re
Their-remember this one is a pronoun
referring to some group’s possession.
Put the monkey’s bananas over there by the
People who eat lots of seafood are often
healthy, but they’re crabby!
They’re going to go crawl under a rock on
the ocean floor now so that we don’t have to
deal with their crabby attitudes.
There their or they’re
1- Look up ___________! The sun is winking at
2-____________ city was crushed when Godzilla
took her baby for a walk through town.
3-Don’t go to _____________party; it is going to
4-We think __________ a bad influence on the
5- Do not swim in ____________; it is known to
have sea monsters that eat you when you splash.
Threw is an action verb in the past tense. It
shows that some one did something to some
one or something.
When Uncle Scooter threw his computer out
the window, it was snared by a slightly sick
seagull with super muscular wings.
Through is a prepositional adverb that shows
something passing from one side to another
or one end of something to another.
Push the thread through the needle before
you try to mend your holey socks!
When King Kong burst ____________ the
door, his bank account was charged for the
The first baseman _________ the ball to
home plate so the catcher could stop the
incoming home run.
Watch out or you will go __________
emotional upheaval if you date him! He is
Going ____________ the tunnel, Thaddeus
____________ his trash out the car window.