You ( pronoun , determiner )

(As a pronoun)

You ( pronoun )

  1. used to refer to the person or people that the speaker is addressing
  2. used to refer to the person or people being spoken of

Origin:

Old english eow, dative and accusative of ge, of germanic origin; related to dutch jij and german du.

Examples:

  1. How are you?
  2. Can you help me?
  3. Thank you for your help.
  4. You are my best friend.
  5. I am talking to you.

(As a determiner)

You ( determiner )

  1. used to refer to the person or people that the speaker is addressing
  2. used to refer to the person or people being spoken of

Origin:

Old english eow, dative and accusative of ge, of germanic origin; related to dutch jij and german du.

Examples:

  1. How are you?
  2. Can you help me?
  3. Thank you for your help.
  4. You are my best friend.
  5. I am talking to you.
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