There their they’re their they’re there they’re there their
Come on people, it is not that f’n hard!!!
Their (pronoun) – possessive case of they - It is their lack of knowledge of the English language that annoys me!
There (adverb) – at, in, to, or towards a place - There is no place for ignorance. Put it there.
They’re – contraction of they (pronoun) and are (verb)
While I’m at it; cache and cachet (arrrrrggghh!)
Cache (noun) – pronounced [kash] – as in Jonny Cash, give my lots of cash, or time to cash it in!
A hiding place for stuff or to store stuff in hiding. (French origin)
Cachet (noun) – pronounced [ka-shay] – just use what you normally use for cache. . .
A seal on a letter or document
A mark of distinction, authenticity, or individualism (Old French origin)
More when they annoy me..