You-the pronoun of the second person singular or plural, used of the person or persons being addressed, in the nominative or objective case.
· You are my inspiration.
· Are you coming with us?
· Do you think that I can win this competition?
· Are you sure that he was behind this?
· We lost the game when you dropped that catch.
Your - a form of the possessive case of ‘you’ used as an attributive adjective.
· Your dress is so beautiful.
· Will you finish your story this week?
· Do you have friends in your school?
· I know your number.
· Is your name on the list?
You’re – is a contraction for ‘you are’.
· You’re going to have fun at the party.
· You’re always fun to be with.
· You’re my best friend.
· You’re so inspirational.
· You’re my idol.
Yours - a form of the possessive case of you used as a predicate adjective.
· Is this pen yours or his?
· Which dress is yours?
· Yours was the first mail I received.
· Yours faithful friend.
· He was yours from the beginning.
Your’s – Many use this form of the ‘you’ word but it is incorrect. Though we use apostrophe to indicate possession, yours is an exception.
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