Yea i believe mine is on us english.
Il check and correct it
And there's and there is mean exactly the same thing. The apostrophe (') means that there is a letter/s missing (ie the I is missing). The same as don't and do not, the apostrophe just shows where the missing 'o' was...
If you're meaning there/they're/their, then check out the last link that was posted, it shows when you use each form.
There have been a few posts throughout the thread where members have asked questions and we have answered them, so this thread is doing that too. Feel free to as any questions! And thanks for making the effort to type properly now. It really does make your posts a lot easier to read. I have to admit I have seen you post in other threads and have skipped the post because it was just too much.
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You can choose when you want to use contractions; there is no right or wrong. Generally if it is an official document you would use the two separate words though. Often where people go wrong is when they use a different word instead of the contraction. Eg your instead of you're (you are), his instead of he's (he is).
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