Are you confused about the usage of 'there' and 'their'? Then you are not alone. Let me explain: There is an adverb of place.For example: "Put the book over there on the table under the window."
One of the most common uses of there is at the beginning of a sentence;eg.There is a new student in our class.Often students forget this simple construction and try to use complex language to express such a simple grammatical structure.eep it simp;e.That way,you make fewer mistakes.
Their, on the other hand, is the 3rd person plural possessive pronoun,in other words,it shows that something belongs to 'them'.Eg.,Their ball is stuck on the roof.
Their doesn't follow normal spelling rules.The rule,i before e except after c, is not applicable.Their,is an exception to this rule.You can remember it by thinking that it's like the with an ir added.
This is such a common mistake and so often confused that even native speakers get it wrong.But it's All Right,now you cand Write it correctly!