Little Red Lines Blog

It must of been good is improper English. Always say ‘it must have been good’.

Example of correct usage of their/there/they’re:  dog-690143_640  Their (indicates possession) dog is over there (location) where they’re (abbreviation of they are) playing ball.

Example of correct usage of your/you’re: brunette-151713_640 You’re (abbreviation of you are) looking good in your (belonging to you) new dress.

You scratch an itch:  the-itch-is-the-sensation  The itch is the sensation, the scratch satisfies it.

 

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