Writing Boo-boo #102: Wrong Word

In the English language, there are words called homophones which sound alike but don’t have the same meaning. Some examples are “to, two, and too”“your and you’re”, and our staff’s example, “there, their, and they’re”. Be aware of the differences between these words when you use them in writing!


there, their, they're


– Miller Writing Center Staff

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