You is a second-person plural pronoun that can be used to refer to individuals and groups. Historically, you was only used in the dative case, but these days it is also used in all cases and numbers. As with most pronouns, you can be either singular or plural. It is often used as a substitute for the formal indefinite pronoun one.
The second-person singular and plural form of “you” is used in the nominative and objective cases, and it can also be used as a direct address. For example, “I saw your package today,” “You’re a good friend,” or “You should be more careful on Halloween,” are examples of the use of “you” when addressing an individual.
Another way to use you is as an adverb. It sounds similar to you, but sounds different. In addition, they have different meanings. Using your shows ownership of something, unlike yore, which sounds like “you’re” but is a word from the past and rarely pops up.