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Rule "your (you're)"

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Description: your (you're)
Message: Did you mean your?
Category: Commonly Confused Words (ID: CONFUSED_WORDS)
Incorrect sentences
that this rule can detect:
  • You're optimization is a good example.
    Correction suggestion: Your
  • You're new optimization is a good example.
    Correction suggestion: Your
  • You're clever new optimization is a good example.
    Correction suggestion: Your
  • The online group will be sending out a packet that includes this list and all the information you're group will need to get started.
    Correction suggestion: your
Correct sentences
for comparison:
  • You're still working on it?
  • You're right!
  • Let me know what you're up to.
  • If you're drunk don't take the wheel of a car.
  • You're old enough to know better.
  • You're lucky nobody saw you do that, aren't you?
  • You're kinda late getting home.
  • You're drug dealers?
  • You're worth nothing dead.
  • You're Machete's girl.
  • You're forever making mistakes.
  • If you play a tier 2 opponent when you’re tier 1, you’ll probably lose.
  • You're in perky form, aren't you?
  • You're man enough to let her play, she's experimental and confident enough to do it.
  • You're Arthur Willis.
  • You're kind of amazed.
  • You're in better shape than I am.
  • Hope you're well.
  • You're just making noise.
  • When you're ready get in the car.
  • Maybe you're someone I know.
  • Make sure you're comfy while I light up the candles.
  • The people you're friends with.
  • If you're cheeky once more, I won't read you a story tonight.
  • It depends whether you're known as ...
  • Also, if you're sick then please stay at home.
  • You're home early.
  • If you're queasy wait for the answer.
  • You're geniuses.
  • Because you're closer to him.
  • You’re already hurt.
  • You're on schedule.
  • You're just idiots.
  • Hope you're well out there.
  • You're ten minutes late.
  • You're way younger than me.
  • You're way out of my league.
  • You're way too pessimistic.
  • No, you're on time.
  • You're now part of my life.
  • You're sort of rude.
  • You're most welcome to do it.
  • If you're super duper excited...
  • Just let me know when you're available next week.
  • Unless you're outdoors in the midst of a cold snap, chances are you can't see your breath.
  • Let me know when you're unavailable tomorrow.
  • You're big on TV!
  • ... when you're most likely going to do it.
  • Incorrect grammar: You're far better then that.
  • Because you're german and that matters.
  • You're everything to me.
  • You're everything I need.
  • If you're anything like me, You bite your nails, And laugh when you're nervous.
  • And if you're anything to judge by, they're going to get mighty dirty indeed on this investigation.
  • You're ten times heavier than I am.
  • Please let me know when you're free tomorrow AM, so we can discuss this with her.
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