youse vs you : Common Errors in English

About youse vs you

The plural form of “you” pronounced as “youse” is heard mainly in satire on the speech of folks from Brooklyn. It’s not standard English, since “you” can be either singular or plural without any change in spelling or pronunciation.

youse in News

  1. As VA vows change, disabled veterans wait for help

    By Kristen Moulton The Salt Lake Tribune Walt Youse died before the Department of Veterans Affairs could decide whether to compensate him for his World War II disabilities: shrapnel in his shoulder and foot troubles stemming from the jungle
    on June 30, 2013 Source: Sentinel & Enterprise

  2. As VA promises change, America's disabled veterans wait for help

    Walt Youse died before the Department of Veterans Affairs could decide whether to compensate him for his World War II disabilities: shrapnel in his shoulder and foot troubles stemming from the jungle rot he suffered in Japan.
    on June 30, 2013 Source: York Daily Record

  3. Veterans’ disability claims piled up fast in Salt Lake City

    Walt Youse died before the Department of Veterans Affairs could decide whether to compensate him for his World War II disabilities: shrapnel in his shoulder and foot troubles stemming from the jungle rot he suffered in Japan. His grandson, Iraq veteran Justin Youse, fared a bit better. Youse was caught in the nation’s third-fastest growing backlog — the VA Regional Office in Salt Lake City saw a ...
    on June 28, 2013 Source: The Salt Lake Tribune

you in News

  1. Do you know where your charitable money is going?

    When you give to charity, do you really know where your money is going?
    on June 14, 2013 Source: WSMV Nashville

  2. Have You Ever Stumbled Upon a Cool Public Performance?

    Describe what you saw, and why you liked the performance.
    on June 13, 2013 Source: New York Times

  3. You Say Potato, I Say Double-Stranded RNA

    You Say Potato, I Say Double-Stranded RNA
    on June 12, 2013 Source: Scientific American via Yahoo! News

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