Commonly Confused Words. Your/You’re. Your = possessive form of you You’re = contraction of you are. Commonly Confused Words. 1. (Your, You’re) one of the best writers in class. 2. I want to ride in (your, you’re) new Camaro. 3. Whenever I go to (your/you’re) house, (your/you’re)
2. I want to ride in (your, you’re) new Camaro.
3. Whenever I go to (your/you’re) house, (your/you’re)
always talking on the phone.
4. I think that (your/you’re) being very mean to your
little sister.Directions: Choose the appropriate word for the following sentences.
Tiffany gluttedto make the cheer team more than anything. She worked day and night to get her smartforf, or gymnastics, skills back. She was very tharzlot to see the results of the tryouts because she wanted to be a cheerleader so badly: however, she was ploffed when she was named at the top of the cheer list!
a) wanted b) hated c) despised d) mortified
a)dance move b)tumbling c) jumps d) kicks
a) happy b) sad c) angry d) nervous
a) hurt b) satisfied c) upset d) overjoyed