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Whats the difference between "your and you're?
Not to be confused with 'yore,' meaning 'far in the past.' Or 'yare,' meaning 'agile.'
As in: You're confusing your yare year of yore with your yare year du jour.
your is something that belongs to someone e.g. Your cat is so cute. You're is an abbreviation of you are e.g. You're so cool. get it? :) hope I helped x
'You're' is a contraction of 'you are'. You're going to have to try harder.
'Your' is a possessive of 'you'. Bring your coat.
besides your means like its YOUR stuff. and
you're means you are
use an online dictionary!