Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"You"

Thank you.
Are you OK?
I love you.
I miss you.
You may go.
Are you mad?
How are you?
I trust you.
Who are you?
You must go.
Are you lost?
Are you sure?
Can you come?
Do you smoke?
Good for you.
You are late.
You'll be OK.
Are you ready?
Are you tired?
Do you follow?
How about you?
I believe you.
No, thank you.
See you again.
See you later.
Where are you?
You look busy.
You look sick.
You seem busy.
You should go.
Are you hungry?
Aren't you Tom?
Can I help you?
Do you hear me?
Do you know us?
Do you love me?
Do you recycle?
Have you eaten?
It's up to you.
May I help you?
May I join you?
See you around.
Why do you ask?
Why do you lie?
You're kidding!
You're my type.
Am I boring you?
Are you excited?
Are you kidding?
Are you serious?
Can you find it?
Can you help me?
Did you miss me?
Do you know her?
Do you know him?
Do you like rap?
I'm begging you.
It is up to you.
Look behind you.
You look stupid.
You'd better go.
You'll get lost.
Are you a doctor?
Are you Japanese?
Are you new here?
Could I help you?
Do what you like.
Do you like snow?
He must love you.
How are you, Tom?
I agree with you.
I believe in you.
I can't hear you.
I don't mean you.
Nice to meet you.
See you tomorrow.
We depend on you.
What did you buy?
What did you say?
What do you have?
What do you need?
What do you want?
What woke you up?
Where did you go?
Who did you meet?
Why did you quit?
Will you go, too?
You look so pale.
You should sleep.
Are you a student?
Are you all right?
Can you handle it?
Did you live here?
Didn't you go out?
Do you have a car?
Do you have a pet?
Do you like music?
Do you understand?
Do you want money?
Does she know you?
Have you finished?
I really like you.
What's eating you?
When are you busy?
When do you study?
Where do you live?
You are a teacher.
You can trust him.
You can't miss it.
You make me happy.
You may park here.
You're disgusting!
Are you going, too?
Are you in a hurry?
Did you invite him?
Do as he tells you.
Do you like tennis?
Do you need a lift?
Do you play soccer?
Do you want a ride?
I can't follow you.
I give you my word.
I'll see you later.
May I speak to you?
What are you doing?
Where are you from?
Why are you crying?
Would you like ice?
Would you teach me?
You are very brave.
You broke the rule.
You can study here.
You have cute eyes.
You look contented.
You should know it.
You'll feel better.
Are you on Facebook?
Are you ready to go?
Can you answer this?
Can you drive a car?
Did you take a bath?
Do you drink coffee?
Do you have a fever?
Do you have any gum?
Do you keep a diary?
Do you like bowling?
Do you like cooking?
Do you like surfing?
How did you make it?
I disagree with you.
I know you are rich.
I'll buy you a beer.
I'll join you later.
I'm glad to see you.
I'm taller than you.
It serves you right.
Thank you for today.
What do you suggest?
When did you buy it?
When did you return?
When will you leave?
Where are you going?
Will you go with us?
You are a good cook.
You are quite a man.
You can go home now.
You can rely on her.
You can rely on him.
You look pale today.
You must be kidding!
You must go at once.
You should exercise.
You'd better not go.
You're irresistible.
Are you able to swim?
Are you free tonight?
Can you speak French?
Did you speak at all?
Do snakes bother you?
Do whatever you like.
Do you have a family?
Do you have a minute?
Do you have a tattoo?
Do you have a ticket?
Do you have blankets?
Do you know Tom well?
Do you look your age?
Do you speak English?
Do you think I'm fat?
Have you fed the dog?
He is angry with you.
He wants to meet you.
I know what you mean.
I think you're right.
I wish you good luck.
I'd like to kiss you.
I'll be watching you.
I'll buy you a drink.
I'll call you a taxi.
I'm depending on you.


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