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Your vs. You're Quiz

1. For each of the following, choose the correct sentence.

 A) I’d rather go to you’re house for dinner.
 B) I’d rather go to your house for dinner.

2. 

 A) Your daughter has beautiful eyes!
 B) You’re daughter has beautiful eyes!

3. 

 A) I can tell that your upset about something.
 B) I can tell that you’re upset about something.

4. 

 A) I hope your satisfied with your purchase.
 B) I hope you’re satisfied with your purchase.

5. 

 A) Your being satisfied is important.
 B) You’re being satisfied is important.

6. 

 A) I hope you don’t mind if I borrow your car.
 B) I hope you don’t mind if I borrow you’re car.

7. 

 A) I’m glad your enjoying the show so far.
 B) I’m glad you’re enjoying the show so far.

8. 

 A) I know your kidding, but you’re laughing hurts my feelings.
 B) I know your kidding, but your laughing hurts my feelings.
 C) I know you’re kidding, but you’re laughing hurts my feelings.
 D) I know you’re kidding, but your laughing hurts my feelings.

9. 

 A) Candace is really looking forward to you’re party.
 B) Candace is really looking forward to your party.

10. 

 A) You’re planning to go to the movie tonight, aren’t you?
 B) Your planning to go to the movie tonight, aren’t you?


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