They're = Their?
What means they’re. No also is in my dictionary español-inglés. Is this same means their? I read in my book of exercises. “They’re bunnies, not puppies!” Is foto- boy so little and has thing with wheels (el carrito) con animals. Behind the foto is They’re bunnies. Bunnies no is in my dictionary but I see foto so I no this. Need help only with what means theyre. Their means su (Spanish) and means is puppies of boy?
If you are asking about English "their" versus "they're", then I think the most important thing to talk about is the function, not just the word meaning.
"are" is a verb, which is required for every complete sentence.
When someone mistakenly says "Their wrong", or the like, then he or she has completely omitted a verb from his or her sentence.
Think of "they're" as a subject and a verb... they are...
"They are wrong." has a subject and a verb--so the contraction is they're.
Think of the pronoun 'their' as an adjective that you can find by asking the question "whose?"
They lost their jackets
They lost (whose?) jackets.
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