your- belonging to or associated with the person or people that the speaker is addressing.
"what is your name?"
you're- you are
where- at, in, or to which (used after reference to a place or situation).
"I first saw him in Paris, where I lived in the early sixties"
were-second person singular past, plural past, and past subjunctive of be.
"Soldiers were marching through the fields."
we're- we are
dam- a barrier constructed to hold back water and raise its level, forming a reservoir used to generate electricity or as a water supply.
"the dam burst after torrential rain"
(in Christian belief) be condemned by God to suffer eternal punishment in hell.
"be forever damned with Lucifer"
2. condemn, especially by the public expression of disapproval.T
"intellectuals whom he damns as rigid doctrinaire idealists"