Hey, teacher! Isn't "your" a personal pronoun?
It would only be a personal pronoun if it was referring to you personally. ‘You’re’ is a contraction that = ‘you are’. ‘Your’ is the possessive form of you, referring to something that you have or something that belongs to you...the person I’m talking to. ‘You are rant’ make as much sense as you do...none.
My use of the word was grammatically correct. Go back to school...you obviously need a good teacher.