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Which is correct usage?

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I appreciate you letting me know about this issue.

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Both are correct. Many people prefer your in formal style.

CB
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Hi

In correct speaking You refers to the person you are speaking to(auto referential...lol), so can be the subject or the object of a phrase.

You asked this question.
So, now I am talking to You.

Your is an adjective, it means that something is of property of you. Your question, your computer...

In the slang english and mostly in internet you can find your used as an abbreviation of "you are"/"you're"

e.g.: "You're making a question" -->"Your making a question"

hope I explained correctly Emotion: smile

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Andre
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Thank you for this answer, CB. I am glad both are correct. Emotion: smile
Thank you for responding to my question, Andre. I appreciate that you took the time.
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