'their' shows belonging to someone
're is a contraction of are
there is a preposition showing position
there's is a contraction of there is
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7. was negligent
8).intents and purposes
9).effect / affected
15).She'll never get her own room if she can't keep it clean.
16).I walked home with kate.
17).My favorite stores are Bloomingdale and Macy. My sister only shops at Nordstroms.
18).Carol has a piano lesson tomorrow.
19).My parents are picking me up from the airport today.
20).Did you hear the Denver Broncos won the Monday Night Football game? The poor Kansas City Chiefs can never catch a break.
21).In Spain, they take Siestas.
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"Their car is blue. The answer will be “their” because the all other options do not indicate “others”.
“There” is an option which indicates the place so this option is not valid for the blank.
“They’re” is an option which indicates the group of people but do not indicate the things to the person so this is also not valid for the blank.
“There’s” is an option which also indicate the place. This is also not applicable for the blank.
The appropriate answer is :- THEIR CAR IS BLUE.
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13 mom 's and dad's
14 intensive purposes
15 My favourite stores are Bloomingdale and Macy . My sister only shops at Nordstorm
16 Why don't we get together to watch The Academy Awards
17 I have shoped the clothes from old Navy on the stores website
18 I have taken notes on your book ,however I still have questions
19 Carol has a piano lesson tomorrow
20 Carlotta and I loved Halloween
21 every people have some skills and use them very well
★ answer Their Cars is blue ★
simple= subject + 1st form of verb + object.
negative = subject + do/ does + not + 1st form of verb+ object.
interrogative = do/does + subject + 1st form of verb + object?
interrogative negative = do/does + s + not + v1 +o?
simple = s+ is/am/are + v1+ ing +o.
negative = s+ is/am/are +not + v1+ing+ object.
interrogative = is/am/are + s + v1+ ing + o ?
interrogative negative = is/ am/ are + s + not + v1 + ing + o ?
simple = s + has/ have + v3 + o
negative = s + has /have + not + v3 + o.
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