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language note: Theirs is the third person plural possessive pronoun. You use theirs to indicate that something belongs or relates to the group of people, animals, or things that you are talking about. There was a big group of a dozen people at the table next to theirs.How is ‘theirs’ different from ‘their’?
as “their” in itself is possessive. No, “their” is a possessive adjective, while “theirs” is a possessive pronoun. You could make the argument for your example, but what about this one?How is the word ‘theirs’ used in a sentence?
You use theirs instead of `his or hers' to indicate that something belongs or relates to a person without saying whether that person is a man or a woman. He would leave the trailer unlocked. If there was something inside that someone wanted, it would be theirs for the taking.How do you use 'theirs' to refer to a generic or unspecified person?
You use theirs instead of `his or hers' to indicate that something belongs or relates to a person without saying whether that person is a man or a woman. He would leave the trailer unlocked.