- 1(a form of the possessive case of 'you' used as an attributive adjective)
- 2(used to indicate all things or people belonging to the person or group of people being addressed)
Using your: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "your" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
Your book is on the table.
What is your name?
Your friends are waiting for you outside.
Summary: your in Brief
'Your' [yoo r, yawr, yohr] is a pronoun used as an attributive adjective to indicate possession, and to indicate all things or people belonging to the person or group of people being addressed. It is commonly used in sentences like 'Your book is on the table.' and 'What is your name?'