Aiko Ueda
you と yourの複数形はなんですか? you と your の複数形は何ですか? 私はいつも複数に対してもyou と your を使っていますが、なんだかしっくりきません。 複数に対しての表現方法はありますか? それともネイティブには違いを表現する必要はないですか? よろしくお願いします。 What is the plural form of YOU and YOUR. Usually I use "you" and "your" for some of people. But something doesn't sit right about it. Is there any good way to express plural of ”you” and "your". Or there are no need to express the difference of singular and plural form to natives. please tell me that.I want know that is there good way when I want use you and your for some pople. like "all of you "or someting.
Apr 16, 2016 5:05 PM
Answers · 8
Sometimes you want to emphasize the plural-ness of "you", so you might say "you all". If I was addressing a group of people, I might say: "How are you all today?" or "It is so nice to see you all!" From my experience, there really isn't a plural possessive (so, "your all" sounds wrong). Like everybody else is saying, you / your can be both singular and plural, but saying the "you all" adds a bit of extra emphasis that you are talking about the entire group of people.
April 19, 2016
In modern English, there are no plural forms of "you, your, or yours". English is unusual in having lost such words - older forms of English had them. This is an aspect of studying English that you don't have to worry about!
April 16, 2016
This is one of the first things you should have learned in English grammar. PERSON SINGULAR PLURAL First I We Second You You Third He/she/it They You (pronoun), your (adjective), yours (pronoun) only have one form.
April 17, 2016
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