BDSanta2001: What a pair of dorks!
Anyways...if we left you a comment at all (no matter how big or small,) it means that we didn't think your story sucked. We never leave bad reviews, we'd prefer to not comment at all rather than break someone's heart or crush their writing ambitions. (Besides, people generally know if what they write is good or not) Don't be so sensitive, We're here for entertainment!
Our living is earned through technical writing and editorial work in Toronto. We write unimaginative manuals in the dullest language possible. Typing site URLs and passwords is almost too much effort at the end of the day, so you probably will not see any fun fanfic tales from our dynamic duo.
Your: Denotes ownership or possession. Your car is parked out in the garage.
You're: Contraction of you and are. You're going to find your keys in that drawer.
If there is any confusion, test it in a sentence. "You are car is parked out of the garage"...it doesn't work out.
Two: A number (2)
To: Part of an infinitive verb form. To eat, to sleep, to read, to sleep
Too: Also, in addition to, as well. B. and D. Santa are going to the mall too.
Again, if there is any confusion test it in a sentence.
S on the end: Denotes plural. We bought a dozen roses. We went to the Snapes today. I own 3 cats.
Apostrophe s: Denotes possession or ownership. Snape's potion was green. My wand is different from Granger's wand.
S apostrophe: Possession or ownership for words ending in s. My boss' house is new. Bess' earrings are silver. My bosses' jobs are on the line. The 5 cats' food tins are in the cabinet.