Quiz: Only 1 in 50 People Can Get A Perfect Score On This Your/You're Quiz

Time to test your/you're grammar!

Michigan, Midwest, liz, Elizabeth Banks
The Weinstein Company
 Feb 10, 2019
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Question: 1/18Pick Your Answer!


_____ the one I saw on television yesterday, aren’t you?
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Question: 2/18Pick Your Answer!


May I drive _____ car to the dance tonight, Dad?
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Your

Question: 3/18Pick Your Answer!


Is this _____ notebook?
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Question: 4/18Pick Your Answer!


I wish you’d keep _____ comments to yourself.
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Your

Question: 5/18Pick Your Answer!


Sara is happy that _____ going to the game.
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You're

Question: 6/18Pick Your Answer!


_____ going to get in trouble if you prank the teacher!
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Your

Question: 7/18Pick Your Answer!


Whatever the reason, _____ in big trouble now.
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Your

Question: 8/18Pick Your Answer!


What’s _____ name?
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Question: 9/18Pick Your Answer!


It is _____ turn to do the laundry.
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Your

Question: 10/18Pick Your Answer!


Your feet are up because _____ very tired tonight.
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Your

Question: 11/18Pick Your Answer!


_____ cat is sleeping on the floor next to you.
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Your

Question: 12/18Pick Your Answer!


_____ going to the concert next weekend, right?
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You're

Question: 13/18Pick Your Answer!


Please pick up _____ baseball equipment.
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Your

Question: 14/18Pick Your Answer!


The nurse needs to take _____ blood pressure.
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You're

Question: 15/18Pick Your Answer!


_____ afraid of heights.
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You're

Question: 16/18Pick Your Answer!


_____ the best friend I have ever had.
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Question: 17/18Pick Your Answer!


What do you want for _____ birthday?
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Question: 18/18Pick Your Answer!


I can’t believe _____ entry has been disqualified.
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Your
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Grammar has certain rules that plenty of people find difficult to follow and some tricky words that often sound the same but have very different meanings. One of these grammar rules is the difference between the use of your and you're. Do you know the difference? Similar to other pairs like whose and who’s, the pairing you’re and your often causes confusion. You’re is a contraction and is short for the two words ‘you are’. The apostrophe stands for the omitted ‘a’ of ‘are’. Your is a possessive determiner and pronoun which means ‘belonging to you’. If you’re feeling confident in your ability to tell the two words apart, then have a go at our your vs you’re quiz. Only a true grammar snob will be able to pass this your vs. you're test without making a single mistake. We best we can trick you on at least one or two of these questions! This quiz will take you back to your grade school days and see how well you remember your vocabulary lessons. Think you’ll be able to ace it? Or will you be begging for a retry? What are you waiting for? Grab a number 2 pencil and let’s get started! Hit the play button now to take this ultimate English grammar test! We know you have it in you to get a perfect score. It's time to see if you can truly call yourself a grammar genius. Get too many wrong, and you'll have to go back to English class!