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In German, in the polite register, the same form is used for 2sg, 2pl, and 3pl ("sie sind"; in 2sg and 2pl it is written "Sie sind", but that is purely a matter of orthography). But in the familiar register the three are different (du bist, ihr seid, sie sind). A lot of other modern European languages (e.g. French, Russian, modern Greek) ...


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The English language does have familiar and familiar plural forms; though they are not commonly used. "Thou" is familiar for "you" and "ye" is the familiar plural. Other than in reading scriptures, you probably won't see them in use.


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