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Your vs You're - English Grammar - Teaching Tips
Your and you’re often get confused, not only by English learners around the world but also by many native English speakers. Let's break it down. Your is a possessive adjective that indicates ownership, while you’re is simply the contraction of you are. Let’s take a look at this example sentence: Your grades are great this semester. In this case, we use 'your' as we use it to indicate ownership. You’re the best student in the entire school! This example require us to use 'you're' because it is the short form for 'you are'. Should you not be sure which one to use, think about if you want to express ownership or of you want to say ‘you are’.