Too oftenly mistaken for "your."
Meaning "you are." Used to describe something about someone, not something someone owns.
Correct example: "You're stupid."
Incorrect example: "Your stupid."
Often mistaken for "r."
Describing something about a noun.
Guy 1: You am awesome, man.
Guy 2: You mean "you ARE awesome," you silly, silly boy.
Girl 1: You two be gay.
Guy 2: You mean "you two ARE gay."
Girl 1: I rest my case.
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