This is easy. Just remember to use this check every time you need to use this word.
Your = belonging to you
You're = you are
|Mrs Vincent's favourite picture for this week.|
|Mrs Vincent's second favourite picture of the week.|
|Mrs Vincent's Favourite Picture This Week|
|Mrs Vincent's favourite picture for this week. |
And we listened to the music of Johann Strauss II - and a German ballet version of the Tritsch Tratsch Polka.
David and I went to school. (verb - went)Ronan and I shared our lunch. (verb - shared)I'm sorry that Breanna and I left your computer on the bus. (verb - left)We tried to find the way, but Jessica and I took the wrong path. (verb - took)
When in doubt, leave out the other person, and hear what it sounds like:
Me is the object of a sentence(David and) I went to school.(Ronan and) I shared ...(Breanna and) I left ...(Jessica and I) took ...
Aaron and Jonothan chased Caleb and me around the yard. (verb - chased)The teacher thanked Alisha and me for tidying her desk. (verb - thanked)John went to school with Jerry and me. (preposition - with)Jerry shared his his lunch with John and me. (preposition - with)Andrew lent his computer to Emma and me. (preposition - to)Sally gave directions to Susan and me. (preposition - to)
Mrs Vincent's favourite quote of the week:Aaron and Jonothan chased (Caleb and) me...The teacher thanked (Alisha and) me ...John went to school with (Jerry and) me.Jerry shared his his lunch with (John and) me.Andrew lent his computer to (Emma and) me.Sally gave directions to (Susan and) me.
|Unsure of origin of this.|