Hellen
Your Welcome or You're welcome ?

"Your welcome"  what does this mean? has many meanings? 

Jul 27, 2014 6:27 PM
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Já tive essa mesma dúvida, gera confusões mesmo!

Se for no sentido do nosso "de nada", é you're welcome - you are welcome, "your" é o pronome possessivo equivalente a seu/sua.

July 28, 2014

"You're Welcome" The "You're" here is actually two words "You and Are"

"You're Welcome" means "You are Welcome"

"Your" is one word in this sentance would mean that whoever "your"is owns "Welcome"

Like this is your book.

July 27, 2014

In response to when someone says "thank you" for giving them something or doing something for them.

 

It is a short way of saying "you are welcome to ask me for things any time" or "you are welcome to ask me for help any time."

July 27, 2014

you're is short for you are 

 

really is it. You are welcome or you're welcome

 

your is the possesive form of you

 

 

July 27, 2014

The correct is You're welcome.  It is like "de nada" in Spanish

July 27, 2014
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