mscottx88 wrote:If you're unsure if you're using "their" correctly, try replacing it with "my" —the sentence should work with the substitution. For example: Their house is purple. If you replace "their" with "my" the sentence still makes sense: My house is purple. So, you know you're using "their" correctly.
That doesn't make sense at all. My house is blue.
I AM MORE CONFUSED THEN EVER!
Shouldn't that be
I AM MORE CONFUSED THAN EVER!
I am no native speaker either and there are some words spelled different in English between different countries, could be just here in the UK?
My real problem are typos, which I produce constantly and too lazy to reread posts.