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    Question One Vs You

    Please tell me how to use these words. I need to write a paper and I have to use these words correctly. Someone Please help me.
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    Re: One Vs You

    I'm not sure what you mean . . .

    Are you asking about the differences in:

    "One has to be careful when riding a bicycle in the city."

    "You have to be careful when riding a bicycle in the city.'


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    Re: One Vs You

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Please tell me how to use these words. I need to write a paper and I have to use these words correctly. Someone Please help me.
    Thanks
    If you want to be objective and rather formal, everywhere you think you need "you", use "one" instead.

    [If one wants to be objective and rather formal, everywhere one thinks one needs "you", put "one " instead]

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