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Your not going to find any bread in John's house.
You're, not your
Its a matter of which bread costs the least.
It's, not Its
What part of the store is the sourdough bread in?
He noticed that their loaves of bread were only two feet apart.
John drove down to the bread store, and he realized he was going the wrong way.
The two different commercials had not effected John's decision about where to buy bread.
Affected, not effected
John's wallet had become lost somewhere within the bread store.
Other then the rye bread, John really enjoyed all types of bread
Than, not then
"Who's bread is this?" John asked, picking up a stray baguette off the floor.
Whose, not who's
I was unaware to whom the last cornbread had been sold.
John had drunk three glasses of water in order to enjoy his bread.
"Oh, that man had just given the bread to he and I" John stated.
Him and me, not He and I
John purchased four loaves of bread; all different types.
There should be a complete sentence after the semicolon
John would never eat rye bread, but sometimes he made an exception
John had not yet decided upon a type of bread.