What is the difference between your and your’s?
Always use yours and never your’s.
Although they look almost exactly alike, the version with the apostrophe is incorrect and will make your writing look unprofessional.
Yours is a possessive pronoun that can show ownership of something.
Your’s is a misspelling of yours..
What does your’s mean?
: that which belongs to you —used without a following noun as a pronoun equivalent in meaning to the adjective yourthis book is yours —often used especially with an adverbial modifier in the complimentary close of a letterYours trulySincerely yours.
How do you use the word yours?
When to Use Yours When you are indicating possession, yours is the correct choice—not your’s. You do not need an apostrophe to indicate possession because yours itself is a possessive pronoun. In this sense, yours is similar to other possessive pronouns like its, whose, and ours.
Is it yours faithfully or your’s faithfully?
There is no apostrophe after’Yours’ when you end your letters with ‘Yours faithfully’. Some people use apostrophe after ‘Yours ‘faithfully, Yours sincerely etc while ending their letters. Please note you should not use: Your’s faithfully, Your’s truly. The correct way is : Yours truly, Yours faithfully etc.