A speaker or writer usesyou to refer to the person or people that they are talking or writing to. It is possible to useyou before a noun to make it clear which group of people you are talking to.
e.g. When I sawyou across the room I knew I'd metyou before...
e.g. You two seem very different to me...
In spoken English and informal written English,you is sometimes used to refer to people in general.
e.g. Getting good results givesyou confidence...
e.g. In those daysyou did whatyou were told.
In some dialects of English,yous is sometimes used instead of 'you' when talking to two or more people.
e.g. 'Yous two are no 'gettin' paid,' he said. 'Ye're too lazy!'
1.you：you are; 你是你
A：(Wouldyou like/ Doyou want) your money back?
B：Yes. / No.
A：What (wine/ pasta/ dessert) doyou recommend?
B：This one is excellent.
1. you and yours : 你与你的家属；
Fie, fie! you counterfeit, you puppet you!出自：Midsummer Night's Dream,Shakespeare
You English gentlemen..are too forward in the wars.出自：Defoe
Your religion..serves you only for an excuse for your faults.出自：Henry Fielding
The dog will not do you harm.出自：Sir W. Scott
Sinners!..Ah! dear friends, does that mean you and me?出自：George Eliot
I declare you are all very unkind to me.出自：A. Helps
How should poor little you deal with a maiden who dares to call the Tsar a bear?出自：F. Whishaw
Old year, you shall not go.出自：transf.
No one called their friends thou...But it didn't mean we were all clamouring to You the Almighty.出自：A. N. Wilson
1. You two clean the hall.
2. Thankyou for your help.
3. You have to be careful with peopleyou don't know.
4. You can swim fast.
1. In everything, she is anotheryou.