Ever since grade school, I've always wondered why the second person singular, "You" is the same as the second person plural, "You". I feel that this is a weakness in the English language, as it can create confusion. If I were addressing a group and said, "I need you to come with me." ,the people in the group would not know if I was addressing just one of them, or the whole group. I would have to use a hand gesture to point to an individual or a waving motion to indicate I was talking to the group. In the southern part of the US, we added the word "all" to the end of the "you" to indicate that is was plural. It eventually became the word "y'all". Other areas say "You guys" or "Yous guys". Is there any reason for this in the English language? What do you use as the second person plural pronoun? (Fraggle, if my terminology is wrong, please feel free to edit.) Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!