- YOUR is a possessive adjective. E.g: Is this your computer? What's your name? I know your parents. What do you do in your free time? I don't like your new hair-cut. etc.
- YOU ' RE is the subject pronoun (YOU) + the short form of (ARE). E.g: You're a student [You are a student]. You're students [You are students]. You're intelligent [You are intelligent]. You're 16 [You are sixteen]. You're Moroccan [You are Moroccan]. etc.
|your or you're|
|02. doing the quiz now.|
|03. I think right. I need to be careful about it.|
|04. How old is brother?|
|05. I'm sorry but late.|
|06. sleeping bag is in the car.|
|07. I'm sorry for loss.|
|08. son has got the prize.|
|09. not serious about selling house, are you?|
|10. Thanks for time.|