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As I understand it, the subject "you" is always considered plural, so one should say "you are" instead of "you is".
1) What I am not sure is when we have a sentence in the form of: " ... you yourself is/are ... ", should we use "is" or "are"?
2) Also, in the following sentence, should we use "say" or "says"? : "You are the one who say/says it"
Thanks for the replies.
If I may ask for clarification on #2, engee30. Is the formal form the grammatically correct one? And by informal, do you mean that it is what people generally use in daily conversation?