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Tuesday, 12 October 2010

Whether to use Your or You’re

Screenshot of Barbra Streisand from the traile...Image via Wikipedia
Your: is the possessive form of you; something belonging to you. ‘Can I have your autograph, Barbara Streisand?’ 

You’re: contraction for you are. ‘You’re a fool if you think I’m giving anything to you.’
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