Asked • 06/29/19

you are vs you're (informal speech)?

In some common phrases like, "You are what you eat", "Your actions reflect who you are". Is there a reason (besides it sounds funny) to not use, "You're what you eat", "Your actions reflect who you're"?

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Camilo P. answered • 06/30/19

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