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Common Usage Problems 1

its the possessive form of the personal pronoun it
it's the contraction of it is or it has
kind of, sort of these are informal English, use somewhat or rather instead
learn means to gain knowledge
teach means to instruct or to show how
of do not use this word after prepositions such as off, outside, and inside
suppose to, supposed to do not leave the d off the end of this word
than a conjunction used in making comparisons
then an adverb meaning next or after that
their the possessive form of they, used to show ownership
there used to begin a sentence or meaning at that place
they're the contraction of they are
Created by: lprinke