Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "You"

The meaning of "You" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does А почему в некоторых случаях в слове you не пишется буква r, а некоторых пишется mean?
A: You — ты
Your — твой
Q: What does Back to work you go. 에어 Back to work만 쓰면되는데 왜 뒤에 you go를 붙인건가요? mean?
A: Back to work만 쓰면 되는데 you go를 붙이면 속어 되는거에요. 친구끼리 아니면 상사가 직원에게 사용하는 표현이에요
Q: What does you're welcome~ you seem to be interested in korean language mean?
A: you're welcome: no problem, when you say thanks to others and then they say you're welcome.
Q: What does i you do here mean?
A: nothing
Q: What does how' d you go? mean?
A: "How'd" is a shortened form of "How did" so the sentence can be read as "How did you go?" You could say "I went by bus" as an answer. In short the questions is asking "By what means/transportation/vehicle you used to go somewhere.

Sorry if my answer is too complicated.

Example sentences using "You"

Q: Please show me example sentences with me -ing / you -ing / him -ing.
A: You will see me playing the piano.
or you meant.... maybe .... I am playing the piano.

You are skiing,

Did you see him picking his nose?
or you meant .... maybe .... He is picking his nose.
Q: Please show me example sentences with what does “ you wanna shoot some hoops ?” mean?.
A: bắn vài vòng về cơ bản có nghĩa là bạn muốn chơi bóng rổ
Q: Please show me example sentences with what [+nouns] +do + you 〜?.
A: I'm not sure I completely understand, but here you go:

- What kind of car do you want?
- What food do you like?
- At what time do you want to leave?
Q: Please show me example sentences with what does it mean “ you must have lose weight”.
A: I am not clear on your intention. Are you saying: You are fat, you must (need to) lose weight. Or are you commenting: You must have lost weight. Which means, gosh you look skinny, I am certain that your weight has gone down.
Q: Please show me example sentences with you'd better ~~
you'd better not~~~.
A: You don't say "you'd" its just "you"

You better stop.
You better not go.
You better study.

Synonyms of "You" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between もうつきますか?
you almost here? and you will almost here? ?
A: You almost here? Sounds natural.


You will almost here? Doesn’t sound natural.

This would be used when asking if someone is close to arriving to some place.
Q: What is the difference between i'm / you're and im / youre [can i say it without (')?] ?
A: well, if you’re writing something in a more formal setting and you’re allowed to use contractions, you should use the apostrophe with them. if you’re texting or online, it doesn’t really matter if you use the apostrophe or not. though it will cause confusion sometimes, for example with “we’re” — without the apostrophe, “we’re” becomes “were” but “were” is another word that already exists
Q: What is the difference between will and shall and you will not pass / you shall not pass ?
A: They're the same thing

Translations of "You"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 優待サービス
ゆうたい

you can receive prefential treatment service for the use of ○○cash card.

→ our company has the special contract with the bank, and the employee, if they apply for the card at the relevant bank, they will receive special treatment
A: Our company has a special contract in place with (bank name here). If an employee applies/is approved for a card with (bank name here), they will be eligible for special benefits.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 상처받았어
you really hurt my feelings
i got hurt my feelings you
both are right?
A: The best way to say this is,"You really hurt my feelings"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how old i you
A: Is “how old are you”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Se you soon
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 回数を重ねれば you will get used to it.
A: You'll get used to it the more (times) you do it.

Other questions about "You"

Q: What do you do if you have kanji you can't read? Since you don't know how to read it, you can't even look up the dictionary. Does this sound natural?
A: What do you do if you see a kanji you can't read? Since you don't know how to read it, you can't even look it up in a dictionary.
Q: which one is correct and why?
..... you pick me up in an hour as I have few farewells to make before we finally leave?
a)may
b)can
A: May is more formal and can is informal
They both work
Q: Please show me how to pronounce ~you so fucking precious when you smile~ ¿Cómo suena esto?.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Please show me how to pronounce your you're.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: I'm a Christian~ you guys can tell me what should I say when "offer each other a sign of peace" ??
I have always shaken hand and don't know what to say :<<
A: Oh, sorry. In that case say "Peace be with you." After that you can greet the next person or you can say nice things to the same person, such as:

"How are you today"
"Good morning"
"I like your hat"

I hope this is helpful

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