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  Ed Good  —  Grammar Tips
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Note: Far too many people use your when they mean you’re, the contraction for you are. For a discussion, read Grammar.com’s section on Common Grammatical Mistakes. Click here for the beginning of that discussion.

Example: We’re glad you’re going to the beach with us.

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