bail- you bail out of something; leave or abandon
bale- hay is usually found in a bale
Tags: bail, bale
Great site. I’m not the greatest grammarian but I do consider myself a member of the Easily Distressed Grammarians’ Society.
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They’re there with their friend. They’re- they are They’re here. There- a place Over there. Their- belongs to them Their car.
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Then- used when talking about time or what is next. Go to the store then go home. Than-use when expressing a comparison. I have more than you.
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