This is for English learners. What is another way to say "you" in English? It's a mostly archaic form that was once used in everyday conversation as the informal version of "you." Today, it's rarely used in normal conversation, but is still often used in ceremonial English such as in poetry, prayers, or in old texts such as Shakespeare plays. Some religious groups such as the Quakers still use it in everyday conversation.
Do you know what it is?