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"You" Understood as a Subject

Old-time Stories, Fairy Tales and Myths Retold by Children
By E. Louise Smythe

1. Over where it belongs, write in every understood "you."
2. Underline verbs twice, their subjects once.

1. Come with me.

2. Now, give me the golden fleece.

3. Hold tight to me, Helle.

4. Oh, see the lovely swans.

5. Give me my share.

6. Put on your very best clothes and come with us.

7. Bring your apples with you.

8. Stay by me and look out for the cat.

9. Rub your face and hands and legs with this juice.

10. Take this cake and some butter to grandma.