Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Your or You’re

Your or You’re
L.I We are learning to put the words your and you're in the correct place.
Complete the following by using the correct word:

  • Please tell your friends that we will be leaving soon.
  •  Did you tell your parents where you’re going to after dinner?

  • How long will it take for your clothes to dry?

  • When I said my speech, your friends were smiling at me.

  •  Take the dog for a walk when you’re done doing the dishes.

  • When the clothes are dry, it’s your turn to put them away.

  • Why is your face so red?

  • When you’re finished running the race, I’ll have cold water waiting for you.

  • Did you brush your teeth today?

  • Did you find out where your brother went?

  • How come you’re going to bed so early?

  • Where did you put your back pack?

  • If you’re going to be running late, let me know.

  • How would you like to go to your cousins this weekend?

  • Where are you and your friends going?

  • I think you’re going to need to apologize to her.

  • I know you’re going to enjoy the movie.
  • You’re going to have to clean your room before we go shopping.

  • If you’re going outside, be sure to dress warmly.

  • Where did you put your books?

  • You’re the best player on the team.

  • Did you finish writing your speech?

  • Where did your parents go for their vacation?

  • Aren’t your friends coming over soon?

  • How many days is it until your birthday?

  • Are all of your friends coming to your party?

  • Where does your father work?

  • Is chocolate your favorite kind of ice cream?

  • How come you’re not coming with us?

  • Is your friend coming over after school?

  • If you’re not feeling well, perhaps you should call your mom.

  • When you finish your homework, your friends are welcome to come over.

  • Where did you put your phone?

  • You’re finished your homework already?

  • How come you’re feeling unhappy?

  • I like the way you’re behaving.

  • I think you’re going to have to wait until the bus comes.

  • We will go out when your sister gets home

  • How much money is in your wallet?

  • You’re a great ball player!

Today for reading Learning Space One did a worksheet on your and you're. I learnt that You're is same as you are and Your means something that belongs to you.

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