you

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you is one of the 1000 most common headwords.
you

Pronunciation[change]

Homophones[change]

Pronoun[change]

Pronoun
you

(personal)

  1. Used instead of the name of the person being spoken to; it is a second-person pronoun.
    You are my best friend.
    Can I go to the shops with you?
  2. Used to talk about anyone.
    You have to be 18 years old to see that film.
    She has problems with her eyes, and can't see you properly.


Singular Plural
Subject Object Possessive 1 Possessive 2 Reflexive Subject Object Possessive 1 Possessive 2 Reflexive
First I me my mine myself we us our ours ourselves
Second you you your yours yourself you you your yours yourselves
Third Feminine she her her hers herself they them their theirs themselves
Masculine he him his his himself
Impersonal it it its its itself

Determiner[change]

Determiner
you

  1. Used before a word that means the person or people someone is talking to.
    You guys can leave now.