Your vs. You're: Why is it so hard?
I had the privilege of doing a short Zoom presentation this week for students at the University of North Texas. The topic: your vs. you're. On paper, this might sound like an easy lesson to grasp. But this is the one grammar mistake I continue to see everywhere. It doesn't matter if it's included in a text message, social media post, a magazine or newspaper article, or in a class assignment – the confusion over when to use your or you're wages on seemingly without an end in s