Okay, these have been explained to me time and time again, but for some odd reason, they're just not sticking in my memory. And I have a VERY good memory about words and definitions. My problem? Thee Thy Thou Ye And all those other old english ways of addressing a person. For some odd reason I just can't seem to remember exactly how to use them. I'm using them for a character in a story (currently editing/rewriting it). And right now, these words are really bugging me because they just don't seem to fit the sentence right. Here's an example from the book: I know the example is a little long, but its the only example I can really find at the moment that has enough dialogue from the one character that will show you how he speaks and how I use the words. But yeah, if there's some easy method to remembering these words and their uses. I'd love to know it, and please, feel free to edit this and tell me EXACTLY how the words should be used. I'm not going to complain in the least!! If you want/need more examples, I'm willing to hunt them down and post a few more. Just ask.