87 days ago

There, they're and their!

NumberWorks'nWords New Plymouth

There, they’re and their are the big trio of commonly confused words with all three of them pronounced the same.
- There means the opposite of here; “at that place.”
- They’re is a contraction of “they are” or “they were.”
- Their means “belongs to them.”

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17 hours ago

Piano Lessons

Deb from New Plymouth

I specialise in teaching absolute beginner adults, or adults returning to piano or keyboard. Kind, experienced teacher, great with nervous beginners! Age and arthritis is no barrier, I teach any age and I guarantee you will LOVE your lessons! Located in central New Plymouth -contact me for more info debw244@gmail.com

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What's On: Taranaki Quaker Meeting

Alex from Stratford

We welcome people to attend our Meeting and learn about Quaker Faith. We meet in this public venue on the 2nd Sunday of very month. Liz 0272950435
Taranaki Quaker Meeting
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