- ‘I wonder if he'll complain if they're used against him.’
- ‘Women are more successful at infidelity than men - they're better liars.’
- ‘They're very useful.’
- ‘They're already here!’
- ‘If they're asking too many personal questions, it's okay not to answer.’
- ‘The cheapness and ubiquity of plastics, and the problems caused when they're carelessly thrown away, blind us to the utility and versatility of these marvellously mutable materials.’
On the differences between their, they're, and there, see they
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.