What would be the most helpful way to memorize important dates for a history exam? A. Use flashcards B. Create a song C. Use rhymes D. All the above
D. All the above. Each of these methods are really helpful ways to memorize things such as dates.
There are 81 students in a lecture hall and they need to be divided into groups. There need to be more than 3 groups. How many people need to be in each group so that there are an equal number of people in every group?
There need to be 9 groups with 9 people in each of them so that there will be no one left out and all the groups will be even.
What is the difference between There, Their, and They're? Provide one example sentence for each word.
There are many definitions for the word 'there.' Perhaps the best is: in or at that place, at a point, or in that matter. One example would be: I saw the dog run over there. or He paused his sentence there to breathe. Their is the possessive case of of they. One example would be: That is their dog. They're is a contraction that combines the words they and are. One example would be: They're going to go to the movies tonight. One example that incorporates all three words would be: They're standing over there because the teacher told them to wait for their parents.