What Are You Doing?


If you love horror films, “You” is for you. This thriller series follows bookstore manager Joe Goldberg and his obsession with graduate school student Guinevere Beck. Joe’s obsession escalates quickly and turns into an outright dangerous situation. The first season of “You” is now streaming on Netflix and Lifetime. It also has a sequel, “Hidden Bodies.”

The title of the show translates to “what are you doing?” The word “you” is an abbreviation that means “you.” Native English speakers often mesh the two words together. While “you” sounds more casual than the abbreviation, it can be confusing. This film shows the dark side of obsession. It shows that it’s easy to intrude on a person’s privacy. You may be surprised to learn that you can even become the target of a stalker if you’re not careful.

While you is a second-person pronoun, it’s used for both singular and plural. In the past, it was used only in the dative case. These days, you is used in both nominative and objective cases. Its widespread use makes it a useful tool for communicating with other people. If you want to express your feelings to your readers, you should use the second-person pronoun. You may be talking to someone about something personal or something that happened to you.