English version

you

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishyouyou /jə, jʊ; strong juː/ ●●● S1 W1 pronoun [used as subject or object]  1 XXused to refer to a person or group of people when speaking or writing to them Hi, Kelly. How are you? You must all listen carefully. I have some news for you. The letter is addressed to both of you. Did Robin give you the money? Only you can make this decision. You idiot! You boys have got to learn to behave yourselves. Hey, you over there! Get out of the way!2 XXpeople in general You have to be 21 or over to buy alcohol in Florida. You can never be sure what Emily is thinking.
Examples from the Corpus
youDid Rob give the money to you?You boys had better be home by 11:00.You have to be careful with people you don't know.I can take all of you in my car.Hey, you in the blue shirt!You jerk!I told you this would happen.
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