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You and she have finished {your/yours} work?

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The correct word in the context you have given is

your

e.g.

You and she have finished your work?

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The grammatically correct question is:

'Have you both finished your work?'

Including 'and she' sounds strange.

As about 'yours' it can't be used before nouns.

YOURS is a pronoun and functions as the subject or nominative provocative of the sentence.

For example: 'Is this her work?' - 'No, it's yours.'

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