Used to refer to the person or people that the speaker is addressing,
Used to refer to the person or people that the speaker is addressing
are you listening?
I love you
Used to refer to the person being addressed together with other people regarded in the same class
Used in exclamations to address one or more people
Used to refer to any person in general
after a while, you get used to it
...You is the second studio album by German pop singer Sasha, released by Warner Music on May 2, 2000 (see 2000 in music) in German-speaking Europe, chiefly produced by Grant Michael B. and Pomez di Lorenzo.
YOU is a South African magazine which is the English version of the Afrikaans family magazine Huisgenoot. It is published by Media24, the print division of Naspers.
You (stressed ; unstressed) is the second-person personal pronoun in Modern English. Ye was the original nominative form; the oblique/objective form is you (functioning originally as both accusative and dative), and the possessive is your or yours.
Amy Lynn Hartzler (née Lee; born December 13, 1981), better known as Amy Lee, is an American singer-songwriter and classically trained pianist. She is co-founder and lead vocalist of the rock band Evanescence. ...
You is an Aretha Franklin album, released in 1975. It was a commercial failure, stalling at #83 on Billboards main album chart. The album's only single to chart, "Mr. D.J.", stalled at #53 on Billboard's Hot 100. ...
"You" is the second single by Ayumi Hamasaki. It was released on June 10, 1998.
The person spoken to or written to, as a subject; The person spoken to or written to, as an object; The group of persons spoken to or written to, as a subject; The group of persons spoken, or written to, as an object; Anyone, one; an unspecified individual or group of individuals; Anyone, ...
means an individual or entity exercising rights under this License who has not previously violated the terms of this License with respect to the Work, or who has received express permission from the Licensor to exercise rights under this License despite a previous violation.
HEREBY AGREE TO INDEMNIFY AND HOLD EACH MEMBER OF READING EGGS, BLAKE PUBLISHING 3P LEARNING, THE PASCAL PRESS GROUP AND THE aUSTRALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION HARMLESS FROM AND AGAINST ANY LOSS, LIABILITY, CLAIM, DEMAND, DAMAGES, COSTS AND EXPENSES, INCLUDING ALL LEGAL FEES, WHICH ANY MEMBER ...
means the employer, as defined by the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (29 U.S.C. 651 et seq.).
You is often used in addressing the reader directly ("You should always keep an extra set of keys"), a familiar style that has become very common in recent decades. ...
agree that any arbitration proceeding will only consider Your Claims. Claims by, or on behalf of, other individuals will not be arbitrated in any proceeding that is considering Your Claims.
pro ta ta, to to, et ta et ta, et to et to
A Chinese wine vessel used in religious ceremonies such as funerals
or "your" means the person (including individuals, firms and companies and other organisations) to whom this Software License has been granted and who has purchased any Software License Key, or to whom this Software License may be transferred in accordance with Clause 2.6;
a contender for the World Title of Surfing in Experience Pipeline.
A state of consciousness, rooted in layer seven, which exists only in mutual need states. Here, people feel urges to deal with their own feelings of neediness by attending to the needs of others while at the same time denying, overlooking, or being completely unaware of, their own needs. ...
or “Your” means the person or persons named in the Certificate of Insurance and everyone else who is covered under Your policy.
has the meaning in clause 1.1 of this Agreement.
reader, visitor, commentator, forum poster: refer to each one of those individuals who browse and interact with the website by using an HTTP client.
anata, kimi (informal, punitive), omae (punitive)
yourself and your refers to any eligible enrolled person who is named or referred to on the application for insurance and for whom the required premium has been paid.
use another term like "the player" or the name of the playable character.
the important ingredient in a shutter sale.
I’m sure you already know that this is the most powerful word in the English language. Use it liberally in your copy. It personalises your message and gets the reader mentally involved. Don’t ham it up, though, or you’ll end up sounding like a cheap car salesman (“Well, David. ...