Only An Expert Can Properly Use These English Phrases Correctly. Can You?

Little things, but can you notice them?

Only An Expert Can Properly Use These English Phrases Correctly. Can You?
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Using a phrase without any mistake is a tough task, and if you think you are an English expert, then you are at the right place. In this quiz, you'll find two phrases in question, and you'll have to decide which one is correct.

Now as the ground rules are established, take the quiz and check if you can use the commonly mistaken phrases. 

"Pick up your shit" or "Pick up you're shit"

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