They're = Their?

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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? 

there theyre their asked Aug 30 '13 at 23:15 Bonita New member

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They're is a conraction of 'they are', in Spanish, estan or son.

link comment answered Aug 30 '13 at 23:26 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow
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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.

link comment edited Aug 31 '13 at 13:41 Aaron Prejean Expert
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Their is a posssessive from.

|They're is the contracted form of They are OR They were

link comment answered Aug 31 '13 at 11:31 Z. A. Jazley Contributor

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