A) your and you're are homophones because they have the same pronunciation but different meaning.
B) Explain IN YOUR OWN WORDS! (no copy and pasting) when should we use your and when should we use you’re?
you're: When you are describing someone else
your: When talking about ownership of something
C) Write 3 example sentences using your and 3 example sentences using you’re. These sentences should be about YOU and your life and not be copied and pasted.
"Your watch is broken."
"Your cake was yummy."
"You're an amazing friend."
"You're such a good swimmer."
"You're so good with kids."
D) Write 2 sentences OF YOUR OWN which contain both your and you’re.
"Your cat is so fat but you're kids are so annoying!"
"You're such an amazing friend but your house is so cool!"