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Your and You're
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Your and You're

This KS2 English quiz will test you on the words your and you're. Your is a possessive pronoun whilst you're is a contraction of 'you are'. In writing, people often confuse 'you're' and 'your' because they are homophones - the two words sound the same. But 'you're' is a contraction of the words 'you are', whereas 'your' is a possessive pronoun meaning something belongs to you.

Just like the words in our KS2 English quiz titled Their, They're and There, it's important to know which one to use correctly. Once you fully know the meaning of each, then you'll have no trouble using the right one every time!

See if you know the difference by trying this English quiz.

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1.
Choose the correct option.
You are eating breakfast.
Youre eating breakfast.
Your'e eating breakfast.
Your eating breakfast.
You're eating breakfast.
'You are' becomes 'you're' - 'you're' is a contraction.
2.
Choose the correct option.
The breakfast which you were eating has become cold and soggy.
You're breakfast has become cold and soggy.
Your breakfast has become cold and soggy.
Youre breakfast has become cold and soggy.
Your'e breakfast has become cold and soggy.
It is your breakfast because it belongs to you - 'your' is a possessive pronoun.
3.
Choose the correct option.
You decide to have some hot chocolate instead.
You're going to have a mug of hot chocolate instead.
Your'e going to have a mug of hot chocolate instead.
Your going to have a mug of hot chocolate instead.
Youre going to have a mug of hot chocolate instead.
You are (you're) going to have a mug of hot chocolate instead.
4.
Choose the correct option.
When you open the cupboard door, you see that it is empty.
Your'e cupboard is empty.
Youre cupboard is empty.
Your cupboard is empty.
You're cupboard is empty.
Your (possessive) cupboard - it belongs to you.
5.
Choose the correct option.
You decide to ask Mum if there might be another jar of hot chocolate.
You're going to ask you're mum if there is another jar.
Youre going to ask your mum if there is another jar.
Your going to ask you're mum if there is another jar.
You're going to ask your mum if there is another jar.
You are (you're) going to ask your (possessive) mum.
6.
Choose the correct option.
Mum says you will have to have something else for breakfast and asks what you'd like. You have the idea that you'd like pizza.
You realise that you're in the mood for pizza.
You realise that your'e in the mood for pizza.
You realise that your in the mood for pizza.
You realise that youre in the mood for pizza.
You are (you're) in the mood for pizza.
7.
Choose the correct option.
Mum thinks you must be joking.
Mum thinks your joking.
Mum thinks your'e joking.
Mum thinks youre joking.
Mum thinks you're joking.
You are (you're) joking.
8.
Choose the correct option.
You tell Mum that you will absolutely starve if you can't have any pizza.
You tell you're mum that your going to starve without pizza.
You tell your mum that you're going to starve without pizza.
You tell youre mum that you're going to starve without pizza.
You tell your mum that your'e going to starve without pizza.
Your (possessive) mum, you are (you're) going to starve.
9.
Choose the correct option.
Mum decides that you will enjoy some hot, buttered toast.
Your going to enjoy your toast - or else.
You're going to enjoy your'e toast - or else.
You're going to enjoy your toast - or else.
Youre going to enjoy your'e toast - or else.
You are (you're) going to enjoy your (possessive) toast.
10.
Choose the correct option.
After all the fuss, you decide you don't feel hungry any more.
You're not hungry any more.
Your not hungry any more.
Your'e not hungry any more.
Youre not hungry any more.
You are (you're) not hungry.

 

Author:  Sheri Smith

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