" Your " and " You're " .

" Your " and " You're " .

Post by .......... » Wed, 02 Sep 1998 04:00:00


" Your "  is a possessive determiner.    This means *a thing* belongs to
*another thing*.

An Example:    "  My hand is in _your_ underwear. "  .   The underwear that
belongs to you.

Paradoxically...

" You're "  is an abbreviation of  " You are " .

An Example:    " You're a complete Moron, but you're never going to admit
it. ".

I hope this helps y'all.

HTH

Dab

 
 
 

" Your " and " You're " .

Post by Sven Baume » Wed, 02 Sep 1998 04:00:00


Quote:
> An Example:    "  My hand is in _your_ underwear. "  
> I hope this helps y'all.

It didn't help me, because you're hand wasn't in my underwear.
But your a nice person, thanks for trying to help.

;-)

!Completli; un'rilated i sink that, Gramme'r and spilleng R
not 2 be -- taken: seriuusly in Usenet?

Sven.

 
 
 

" Your " and " You're " .

Post by Emma » Wed, 02 Sep 1998 04:00:00

Quote:

>" Your "  is a possessive determiner.    This means *a thing* belongs to
>*another thing*.

This fish belongs to my dog.

Quote:
>An Example:    "  My hand is in _your_ underwear. "  .  

It is?

Quote:
>The underwear that
>belongs to you.

Well if I'm wearing it then it must be mine...

Quote:
>Paradoxically...
>" You're "  is an abbreviation of  " You are " .
>An Example:    " You're a complete Moron, but you're never going to admit
>it. ".

What DC really said to MS...

Quote:
>I hope this helps y'all.

Not really but thanks anyway. Welcome back :-)

--
Emma
Diamonds are a girl's best friend.
Dogs are a man's best friend.
Now you know which sex is smarter...

 
 
 

" Your " and " You're " .

Post by Mark J. Fruscian » Wed, 02 Sep 1998 04:00:00


->" Your "  is a possessive determiner.    This means *a thing* belongs to
->*another thing*.
[...]
->I hope this helps y'all.

Tell you what chief:  It'd be a lot more heelpful if you could come over
and type for me...  My regular boy's off on vacation.

Mark
F1 Racing Page http://www.pipeline.com/~opus/racing.htm
Home of the RASF1 autobiographies.

 
 
 

" Your " and " You're " .

Post by ......... » Thu, 03 Sep 1998 04:00:00

Quote:


>->" Your "  is a possessive determiner.    This means *a thing* belongs to
>->*another thing*.
>[...]
>->I hope this helps y'all.

>Tell you what chief:  It'd be a lot more heelpful if you could come over
>and type for me...  My regular boy's off on vacation.

Has he run away with the cook? I hear you've lost 10 lbs in only a few
weeks- I hope your physician is in on this.

Dab

 
 
 

" Your " and " You're " .

Post by Mark J. Fruscian » Thu, 03 Sep 1998 04:00:00



->>->" Your "  is a possessive determiner.    This means *a thing* belongs to *another thing*.
->>[...]
->>->I hope this helps y'all.
->>
->>Tell you what chief:  It'd be a lot more heelpful if you could come over
->>and type for me...  My regular boy's off on vacation.
->
->Has he run away with the cook? I hear you've lost 10 lbs in only a few
->weeks- I hope your physician is in on this.

;-)

Q:  What's the difference between your lawyer and your doctor ?

A:  They'll both rob you, but your doctor will kill you too.

Mark
F1 Racing Page http://www.pipeline.com/~opus/racing.htm
Home of the RASF1 autobiographies.

"If you're not outraged, you're not paying attention."