It never hurts to review this topic:
your = possessive adjective
you’re = you are
Use your before a noun when the noun belongs to the person you are speaking to (possessive). For example: Did you bring your coat? Are all of your documents in this file? Did you call your mother?
Use you’re when you mean “you are”. For example: You’re not leaving without a hug. Did you say you’re riding with us?
Test yourself! Are the following correct or incorrect?
- Your having dinner at our house.
- Your baby is so cute.
- You’re pregnant.
- Your the father!