This is one of the most common confusions. The problem here is similar to that of there and they’re, in that you‘re is also a contraction.
You‘re is really you are, the apostrophe showing the a is missing:
e.g. “You‘re really tall and your hair is so long.” (You are really tall and your hair is so long).
Your is a possessive pronoun (used with hair above)
e.g. your car, your phone, etc.
One common misuse of the word your is in questions such as:
“Hope your okay.”
It should, of course, be
“Hope you‘re okay.”
Type the missing words from the following sentences in the comments section below:
1- How are __________ dance classes going?
2- I heard __________ going to dance classes now.
3- Where did you park __________ car?
4- Don’t forget to send __________ mother a card.
5- I hope __________ benefitting from the posts!