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Beste Alpay Turkey (4/19/2005 5:55:00 AM)

Hi! i think in shakespere english 'thee' means 'him, her' etc but does it mean 'yours' too? thanks

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  • Michael Shepherd (4/19/2005 6:20:00 AM) Post reply

    I is I, though 'Methinks' means I think
    thee means you. Thee usually means God. Thy means your(singular)
    he, him, she, her, it - as now.
    we, our - as now
    ye means you (plural, but sometimes you singular) . Thy sometimes plural.
    they, them - as now.

    hope that's clear!

    Michael

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