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Can you name the terms in Elizabethan English?

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Modern EnglishElizabethan English
Your, unless before a vowel sound
You, as a subject unless speaking to someone more noble than yourself
You, as an object
Here
There
Old spelling of 'time'
Go, when used directly before or after the word 'you' unless there is an adverb separating the two
Yours, but also your when placed before a vowel sound
Modern EnglishElizabethan English
Soon, a bit later
Is, was, and were, used directly before or after the first person
The same as above although used directly before or after the third person
Do or does used adjacent to 'you'
Are
My, before a vowel sound
Past-tense of speak

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