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less about changes which happened several hundred years in the past. It has also led to at least two nonstandard plurals "youse" and "y'all" which have arisen among speakers in various parts of the world to resolve the ambiguity.(Of course I don't care enough to start speaking like a jerk [or worse still an SCA member] in order to try and bring "thou" back.) The use of the singular "they" dates back to the 1300s. stan_rogers 1539 days ago linkJust a little bit further back than anything that could be called a "standard English", then. The languages in England at the time were not mutually intelligible, nor were they codified in any way "axe" (or "aks") and "ask" were regionalisms, and one would hardly say today that "axe" would be acceptable except when recording dialog. And just try going to the store and asking for a dozen eyren and see how far that gets you Come on. It's been in continuous use ever since then. Jane Austin used it, for heaven's sake. davidmathers 1539 days ago linkI mostly agree with your point, but your city name example is bad. However, the example in the second paragraph most certainly screams "GRAMMAR ERROR!" How do we rectify these two notions? stan_rogers 1539 days ago linkA further aside: the use of "you" (as opposed to "thou") arose as the result of the generalisation of the polite form. The use of the second person singular in, say, French (tu) or German (du) is restricted to the familiar (at least in polite society), and cannot be used across class or organisational hierarchical levels despite any actual familiarity. (English retains a similar structure in the use of "woman" versus "lady" females of both higher Nike Coat Blue and lower status have, until very recently, been referred to using "lady".) In other words, dropping "thou" in the few special cases that allowed its use was a natural process of language change. "His own staff" would have been standard English at just about any time in the last N centuries.

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