Hear It!

your

Which Means:

Referring to something that belongs to you.

As In:

Image What are your chores this fall?

Heads Up!

The possessive for 'you' doesn't need an apostrophe (').

Hear It!

you're

Which Means:

The contraction for 'you are'.

As In:

Image "You're the one for me," the man sang passionately from his heart.

Heads Up!

The apostrophe in this word takes the place of the A in 'are'. A contraction is made up of two words, so when you want to say "you are", you can use the apostrophe and make one word out of two.

 
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