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Pronoun possessive your or yours objective you plural you the pronoun of the second person singular or plural used of the person or persons being addressed in the nominative or objective case you are the highest bidder. Please wash your hands before dinner what is your new house like you forgot your wallet at the restaurant dont worry about me youve got your own problems did you finish your homework. Everyone mixes up youre and your sometimes however you can learn to avoid this common writing mistake by memorizing the proper way to use each word take a look at some examples each of the following examples shows an incorrect use of your youre and why it is incorrect i cant read you . 3 informal used to indicate all things or people of a certain type your part time worker is a problem
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