Your or you're?

- "Your" is the second person possessive adjective. It is used to describe something as belonging to someone. It should be followed by either a noun or the gerund.

Where is your hat?
Your being here has been very helpful.

- "You’re" is the contraction "you are." It is usually followed by the present participle, but can also be followed by an adjective.

You’re going to be late!
I wonder if you’re getting sick.
It seems like you’re hungry.