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you’re, your, yore
you're (YOOR, YOR, YUHR) (pronoun, verb)
Used as a contraction of you are: "She thinks you're a very nice person."
your (YOOR, YOR, YUHR) (pronoun)
Relating to you or belonging to you: "Is this your purse or mine?"."
yore (YOR, YOHR) (noun)
Of the past: "In the days of yore the kings and queens had knights who protected them from their enemies."
The message said, "You're invited to the local pageant which tells the tales of yore in a dramatic fashion. So, be sure to bring your friend."
This entry is located in the following unit: Confusing Words Clarified: Group Y; Homonyms, Homophones, Homographs, Synonyms, Polysemes, etc. + (page 1)