Your and You're

Your means "belonging to you."  You're means "you are."  This can seem confusing, because the position of the apostrophe seems like it might indicate possession.  However, in this case the apostrophe is for the contraction.

Example: Tell me when you're going to your house.

Example: It's your job if you're willing to take it.

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