Grammar Quiz

[ Grammar ]

Identify the correct use of “your” or “you’re”:

A. If you’re looking for your keys, they’re on the table.

B. If your looking for you’re keys, they’re on the table.

C. Your keys are where you left them.

D. You’re keys are where you left them.

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A. drove

B. had driven

C. was driving

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