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Mixed Pairs Week #4

their, there, they're; alright; ascent, assent; complement, compliment; heir, air
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their
is the possessive personal pronoun
possessive noun
noun that shows ownership or relationship
personal noun
refers to a person
I, you, she, it
there
a demonstrative pronoun used to point out location
demonstrative pronoun
a word that points out a specific person, place, or thing: this, that, these, those
they're
is a contraction for 'they are'
contraction
a word formed from two or more words by omitting or combining some sounds
alright
alright is the incorrect form of all right. Please note, these are spelled correctly : always, altogether, already, almost
ascent
is rising
assent
is agreement
complement
refers to that which completes or fulfills
compliment
is an expression of admiration or praise
heir
is a person who inherits something
air
is a gas