Omg, I have been thinking about this for so long now (really about 5 minutes) that I am confused as to which one is right.
“You’re invited” is the correct one.
A good way to remember this is to realize that
YOU’RE is short for “You are” (i.e. “You are invited”)
The apostrophe (‘) replaces the “A” in “ARE”.
Other versions of this type of word are:
I’m . . . he’s . . . she’s . . . we’re . . . they’re . . .
YOUR is just a possessive pronoun, the opposite of MY.
For example, “I like your shoes” “Is it your birthday?”
YOUR only relates to things that belong to someone.
You’re invited is right
You are invited to Jack’s party.
Your Vs Youre
Your Vs You Re
you’re invited to jacks birthday.
you are(you’re)’ apostrophe between you&are.
your(of or belonging to)
you’re = you are (You are invited.)
your = belongs to you
you’re i correct
your is posessive
you’re means you are and ” you are invited” makes makes more sence than ” you have invited”
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