Sentences with “you”, “your” and “you’re”
- You can’t ask him to do your homework.
- I can’t believe you did this.
- You can never know.
- There are things for which you must work to obtain.
- You can stop asking questions and start getting answers.
- There’s no way you drew this.
- He doesn’t really know you.
- This journey was made so that you‘d learn something.
- She’s going to help you with your essay.
- You must learn in order to pass this exam.
- They couldn’t tell if that was really your book report.
- Stop telling me your problems.
- John can always count on your sense of humor.
- There’s never enough room for your stuff.
- I’m going to give your money back very soon.
- Take this book. It’s yours.
- Your next exam is scheduled for this friday.
- Just give her your email.
- I just voted for your photo.
- Stop giving your facebook account to everyone.
- He will ask for you when you’re ready.
- I hope you’re sure about this.
- You’re one step behind Tom.
- I can’t say if you’re going to study or not.
- You’re just trying to make a friends.
- And now you’re telling me that you decided to go to New Orleans?