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Q: Do as thou wilt for I have done with thee?
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How do you properly use the words thee and thou?

"Thee" and "thou" are archaic or formal English pronouns used in place of "you." "Thee" is the object form, while "thou" is the subject form. Use "thee" when referring to the object of a sentence (e.g., "I love thee"), and "thou" when referring to the subject (e.g., "Thou art kind").

Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace Complete words of the chorus?

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Can you make some sentences using thee thou thy etc?

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What is the meaning of do as thou wilt?

The meaning of "Do as thou wilt" is that you should do as the heart pleases you.

What is thee and thou in old English?

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How does the friar tell Juliet that he will care for her?

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How many times are the words 'thou will' mentioned in the King James Bible?

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What literary technique is John Donne using in these lines from his poem The Apparition And then poor aspen wretch neglected thou Bathed in a cold quicksilver sweat wilt lie?

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How was the word fickle used in romeo and juliet?

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