Is there some rule against ending a sentence with the contraction “it's”?
I was having an SMS conversation with a friend and somehow "Yes you're" came into play in retaliation to a comment.
Person 1: "You are bad at English".
Person 2: "No I are not.".
Person 1: "Yes you're".
Is that acceptable?
I would assume that it is.
Think of "don't".
You can say:
and it is a contraction like "you're".
So, is it okay?