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Pronouns You and They
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Let’s look quickly at the pronouns ‘you’ and ‘they’. You know that we use ‘I’ and ‘you’ to talk about one person – ‘I like rice’ ‘You like potatoes’ but in English we also use you to talk about people in general including the speaker and the Listener: You can study in the city library > All people can study in the city library. You can’t smoke cigarettes here > Nobody can smoke cigarettes in this place.