# GATE CSE 2018 | Question: GA-1

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"From where are they bringing their books? _______ bringing _______ books from ________"

The words that best fill the blanks in the above sentence are

1. $\text{Their, they're, there}$
2. $\text{They're, their, there}$
3. $\text{There, their, they're}$
4. $\text{They're, there,there}$

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They're for pointing group

Their for pointing people

There for place

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I got the same

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They're bringing their books from there.

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Option B
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They're bringing  their books from there
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They- used for specifying 3rd person object        eg,  1) They were surprised with gifts.

Their- used to specify any object in relation with the 3rd person. eg- 1)  Their cycle was repaired,   2)  we eat ours and you eat theirs.

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