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homophone
words that sound the same but have different meanings and different spellings
its
belonging to it; possessive form of it
Example: That is its place.
The train changed its departure time to 10 am.
it’s
contraction of it is
Example: It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood.

Wow, it’s hot.
their
shows ownership by more than one person
(Note: The word ‘their’ is always used before a noun.

Example: their dog
The word ‘theirs’ stands on its own. Example: The dog is theirs.)
examples:
1. Families love their pets. (The pets belong to them.)
2. This land is theirs.
there
tells where something is
(Hint: The word ‘here’ is in ‘there’. Both words tell where something is.)
examples:
1. There are my keys. I’ve been looking for them all day!
2. The puppy is over there.
they’re
a shortened form (contraction) of they are
examples:
1. They’re going to take a walk in the park.
2. I heard they’re at the beach.