Most likely because they're lazy and not willing to accept the difference. "It'd be easier to have one 'there' to mean all three things!" Uhh, no. It wouldn't. Some people, sadly, just don't know- it's a shame.
Because all of them all sound the same obviously, and maybe they've hadn't taken the time to properly brake down which word fits into each situation. Honestly id do the same and not care, they'd kinda still know what i mean anyway ;P
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Might I enquire what you know about car engines, or training for a marathon, or taking minutes for a meeting, or making pottery glaze, or playing a trombone, or predicting eclipses, or how to use mind power to heal, or the golden rectangle or how to breed chihuahas, or reading the sky to tell tomorrows weather, or why someone has a pain in the gut, or the spiritual world, or the cheapest cleaning agent, or fuel cells......? The point is that we all have our own strengths and weaknesses, and some struggle with literacy while being genii at mechanics or horse training, some can't do maths but will make more money and live happier lives than all of us...... No one should get on their high horse about their there they're amongst this chat, everyone is learning, or making speed mistakes. (gulp) search [9 intelligences]