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Gallery of Grammar Mistakes

Mistake Number: 1 of 41

Jeepers, this chap appears to have confused the possessive adjective your with the contraction you're.
If you confuse your and you're in an official document, your readers will think you're a bit dim.
If you don't understand the difference between your and you're, then simply never write you're. In its place write you are. If what you've written doesn't make sense, then you wanted your.

Or, learn about your and you're.