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You vs. her

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You vs. you

You (singular) and you (plural) are used for informal relationships: family, friends, children and people of the same age.

Hello Anna, what do you do you?

Hi Anna, what are you doing?

Tim, you shouldn't speak so loud!

Tim, you shouldn't talk so loud!

Hello children, have you Hunger?

Hello children, are you hungry?

you (singular or plural) is used for formal relationships: strangers, older people, professional relationships.

Dear guests, we understand you.

Dear guests, we understand you.

Mrs. Brandenbutt, how old are you?

Mrs. Brandenbutt, how old are you?

may I you duze

May I say ‘you’ to you?

Notes:

  • We write you with a lower case d, but you (polite) is written with a capital S.!
  • Using you to someone is known as to say goodbye. Saying you is called use the formal term of address.

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