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Hi all,

I've seen the following sentence on the net. Then I was thinking.. whether the usage of "you" is correct or not? If I were to write that sentence, I'd have written "your" .

Since you are based in the United States, if you volume has been over $1,000 a month , this is what i would suggest. ( this is what I saw on the Net)

Since you are based in the United States, if your volume has been over $1,000 a month , this is what i would suggest.

** you volume or "your" volume ?

Thanks.
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LOL! It's OK, then! Emotion: smile
Grammar GeekJust a note: My most frequent typo is to write "you" for "your." I do it very, very often, and although I try to proofread for it, my eye "knows" what it's supposed to see, so sometimes I gloss right over it.

And yet G² is allowed to do anything she feels like doing. [H]
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I beg your pardon? I was simply saying that it's a very common typing mistake for me, and I expect it is for others as well.

Have I done something to offend you?