Saturday, October 29, 2011

There is a Difference Between Your and You're.

One of the most common grammar mistakes is your/you're and it makes me crazy. Seems few of my Facebook friends know the difference. A limerick please, to help them learn.

"You're" with an apostrophe means "you are"
"Your" is possessive, like "this is your car"
Days on Facebook show
This rule, so few know
Apathy? Ignorance? Please raise the bar.

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