Fundamental Grammer: Why “You Are” Equals “You’re”

Got it yet? Its grammur. Get it write!

Right, we’ve had enough of idiots getting the most basic of English lessons incorrect. For the love of Sweet Zombie Jesus, “you are” equals “you’re”. You hear? It’s a contraction, you see, which is what happens to pregnant women when they’re giving birth as they’re fed up of being pregnant and hearing doctors get their yours wrong.

English contractions aren’t as mind crushingly agonising as pregnancy contractions, of course, unless of course you suffer from Grammer Pedantry. This is an illness which afflicts people with an IQ above 80 who are able to construct sentences which most 5 year olds could probably manage (probably as during their “deliverance” they could hear their mother screaming “You’re a b&%^$&!!!” at her spouse, due to the pain you see).

Some folk people don’t give a damn, though. Their mavericks. There cool. They’re donut knead to spell stuff right as they want to appear like they have the intellect of a 10 year old. Oh yeah, where going their, where pointing out why you knead 2 get your English proper.

Thusly we have produced this handy two step bullet point scenario to remember when your levelling an important “you’re” based massage at someone. FYI, knowledge is power, and whether your off out to meet a potential suitor or you’re simply gonna need a bigger boat, best get it write, none?

  • Your is an adverb which is impassive, possessively so. Think of it as “you” but not at all as it has an “r” on the end, rendering it useful for sentences such as, “It isn’t your, cretin, it’s you’re!!!”
  • You’re is a noun used to describe something which isn’t yours. As it is an contraction of “you” and “are” you’re is often used to contribute to independent clauses. These are the things which are used in divorce proceedings to beat belligerent couples around the head with, as you’re only going to control folk this way

They’re we have it! A concise, simple, straightforward, understandable guide to getting you’re yours and you’re’s correct. Good, eh? Enjoy!

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