There is one thing that I see more and more often that is really bugging me. The confusion of “your” and “you’re”

“Your” is the possessive case of the word YOU: “Is that your car?”

“You’re” is the contraction of the word “you are”: “You’re driving me to the store in your car.”

Please do not confuse the two, it makes you look stupid.

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wirecutter · August 9, 2009 at 1:07 pm

Thanks for your comments and correcting smokinnova. That's what happens when you have a generation who's primary means of communication is texting……

Anonymous · October 9, 2009 at 10:50 pm

Try where, ware, which and witch, There, their and they're. I agree with wirecutter. Great blog, by the way.

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