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Is you a proper noun?

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No. You is a PRONOUN. (I, you, me, he, him, she, her, we, us, they, them) words that can describe a person without giving them a name. A PROPER NOUN is when you give a specific name to a person, place or thing. Sally or Joe are proper nouns. So is Amazon, KFC, Arizona, or Grand Canyon.

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