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Old 01-08-2013, 08:58 AM   #105
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Originally Posted by b0bab0i View Post
Edit: I see you are from Canada, which probably means no one else is on the road when you are.
You mean: "I see you are from Canada, I forgot they actually teach people how to drive before they give them their license there"
The word "there" can appear as a pronoun, as in “over there."

"Their" is a possessive pronoun. In a phrase like “Susan and Bill's car,” it could be used to to make a new phrase: “their car.”

”They're” is a contraction of “they are.” “They are” should always be able to replace “they're.”
Extra Credit: It's "I'm looking for an M3"
not "I'm looking for a M3".
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