Identify the homophone pair that needs to be corrected in these sentences. if your going to the concert, may i ride in you're car too? their house is on the way there. it's going to be a long night, since it's already close to midnight. a. it's/its b. your/you're c. to/too d. their/there
We use your when we show possession. And we use you're when we indicate to a 2nd person singular.
The answer to your question would be that the homophone pair that needs to be corrected is the following one: To/too. That is, the correct option would be D.
The first "to" of the sentence should be the preposition "to" because we can see that it is to be followed by the NP "the concert". "Too" is an adverb which, as such, does not take an NP as object. Therefore, the revised version of the sentence would be as follows: If you're going to the concert, may I ride in your car too?
The sentence that needs to be corrected is the one that contains the to/too homophone pair.
If you're going to the concert, may I ride in your car, too?
^^^ Looking at that sentence, the first TOO needs to be changed to TO. So, D. To/Too.