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Thread: Your / You're


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    Your / You're

    Are these correct? What do they mean?

    1. If your not sure how, then ask him.
    2. If you are not sure how, then ask him.

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    Re: Your / You're

    The second is correct. The first would be is you used 'you're'.

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