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    #1

    Is there a difference between these sentences?

    "Just you worry about yourself."
    "Worry about yourself."

    "Don't you ever touch my items again!"
    "Don't touch my items again!"

    Are there any differences between these sentences? Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Is there a difference between these sentences?

    Hi Super Sonic
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    Using 'you' in an imperative sentence is more emphatic and often suggests anger.

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    Re: Is there a difference between these sentences?

    Thank you very much, sir:)

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