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    Do I have to use "you" twice in the sentence below:

    "However, you are not fond of noisy companies and you often get annoyed at other people’s loquacity."

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    Re: the subject

    Quote Originally Posted by snade17 View Post
    Do I have to use "you" twice in the sentence below:

    "However, you are not fond of noisy companies and you often get annoyed at other people’s loquacity."
    You can omit the second "you".

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    Thanks a lot!

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