CES Language Spot # 3 – Homophones: Your and You’re
This week, Serene teaches us about “your” and “you’re”. Watch the video and take the quiz below!
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This is a listening test. Listen to the audio. Which word do you hear?
Thank you for __________ help.
__________ such a good friend.
__________ late for class; where's __________ homework?
__________ eyes are beautiful. __________ the prettiest girl I've ever seen.
__________ grammar is terrible. __________ going to have to study harder if you want to improve.
A: Thanks for bringing me soup. B: __________ welcome. A: __________ such good friend. __________ heart is made of gold! B: __________ my best friend! I'm always here for you.
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