It is important to distinguish “their” from
” and “they’re
signifies ownership. “There” designates a place (cf. here).
“They’re” means “they are”.
They () is a third-person
) in Modern
is the use of this pronoun, where they is used as a
rather than plural pronoun. The correctness of this usage is
They "The People"
Taken from "You know what "they" say..."
- "They" refers to the masses of those who are among the pop
culture. "They" quote sayings of individuals who could put complex
events in to understandable context; believing that what "they"
have just quoted would justify an event or action which had just
- "They" may also refer to the government or society at large,
such as when a paranoid conspiracy theorist proclaims "They're out
to get me, man" or "They're watching me right now."
this usage is based on the principle of methodological
- the obvious fact about the reality
of humans that various
actions such as "thinking", "saying", "feeling", "knowing",
"believing" or any other physiological
can only be done by individual humans.
their in Chechen: Уьш
"They" are beyond questioning. "They" are the
collective thought that has become one of the most quoted and
revered sources of information available today. "They" are above
reproach and can not be directly held against their word. "They
say" is a statement often used by the followers of "They". Much
like Taoism, "They" can direct ones life, instruct on what should
be said or done, and will always be turned to for insight. They are