Write 6 sentences:
    1. Use to, two, and too correctly.
    2. Use they're, their, and there correctly.
    3. Use whose and who's correctly.
    4. Use you're and your correctly.
    5. Use where and were correctly.
    6. Use it's and its correctly.
No lists, please.  As in - I like the words there, their, and they're.  NOT allowed!)  Write your sentences in the comment section.
 


table 6
03/04/2013 10:58am

im going to be two, too.
they're over threre in their house.
whose the one who's yelling.
you're in your house.
you were where?
it's its toy.

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SM
03/04/2013 11:12am

All: incorrect puntuation.

im going to be two, too.
OK

they're over threre in their house.
OK

whose the one who's yelling.
Both of these are "who is".

you're in your house.
OK

you were where?
OK

it's its toy.
OK

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Table 5
03/04/2013 11:02am

1. I am going to the store to get two pounds of fish, i'm also going with him too.
2. They're moving to their new home over there in New York.
3. Whose backpack is this and who's the one responsible for me tripping?
4. I am not your best friend because you're not the nicest person
5. Where were you mister bond.
6. Its my leg and i know its not fine there is a huge gash in it.

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SM
03/04/2013 11:10am

1. I am going to the store to get two pounds of fish, i'm also going with him too.
Run-on sentence; didn't capitalize the I in I'm.

2. They're moving to their new home over there in New York.
Good

3. Whose backpack is this and who's the one responsible for me tripping?
Good

4. I am not your best friend because you're not the nicest person
No punctuation

5. Where were you mister bond.
Capitalize Mr. Bond; wrong punctuation

6. Its my leg and i know its not fine there is a huge gash in it.
Run-on sentence. Capitalize "I".

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Table 4 LP, KO, AN, GG
03/04/2013 11:12am

1. Lily would like to walk her two dogs, too.
2. They're moving over there to their house.
3. Who's that man and whose house is he in?
4. You're not acting your best.
5. Where were my house keys when I needed them?
6. Since its cat got lost, it's very upset.

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SM
03/04/2013 11:14am



03/04/2013 11:12am



1. Lily would like to walk her two dogs, too.
Good

2. They're moving over there to their house.
Good

3. Who's that man and whose house is he in?
OK

4. You're not acting your best.
Good

5. Where were my house keys when I needed them?
Good

6. Since its cat got lost, it's very upset.
Good

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TABLE 2
03/04/2013 11:13am

I'm going to be two in March too!
They're going over there across the street to their apartment.
Whose family are you going to eat dinner at and who's yelling so loud!?
You're the one whose been using your gun to scare people half to death.
We're going to the place where people were doing the Harlem shake.
It's its food not yours, now stop eating cat food.

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SM
03/04/2013 11:24am

I'm going to be two in March too!
Good

They're going over there across the street to their apartment.
Good

Whose family are you going to eat dinner at and who's yelling so loud!?
"Whose family are you going to eat dinner at" doesn't really make sense....


You're the one whose been using your gun to scare people half to death.
OK on you're and your, but you used "whose" in correctly!!

We're going to the place where people were doing the Harlem shake.
OK

It's its food not yours, now stop eating cat food.
Run-on sentence

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HP,NK,CH,NP
03/04/2013 11:14am

1.I like to swim at Two Arms,Sarah does too
2.They're moving their stuff over there
3.Who's going to bring whose parents?
4.You're going to your house.
5.Where were you at the ball game.
6.it's going to be its birthday

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SM
03/04/2013 11:27am

1.I like to swim at Two Arms,Sarah does too
Run-on sentence; missing punctuation

2.They're moving their stuff over there
Missing punctuation.

3.Who's going to bring whose parents?
OK

4.You're going to your house.
OK

5.Where were you at the ball game.
OK

6.it's going to be its birthday
Missing punctuation.

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