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Confusing Words > your or you're
Does "bored" mean the same as "boring"? What's the difference between "funny" and "fun"? Here are some commonly confused English word pairs.

YOUR OR YOU'RE

YOU’RE = > is short for you are

Examples:

You're welcome!

That's why you're here.


YOUR => means belonging to you

Examples:

Don't count your chickens before they're hatched. (used to emphasize that you cannot depend on something happening before it has happened)

The trousers come in three different colours - just take your pick. (to choose the one you want from the variety available)








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