You vs. Yourself
Difference Between You and Yourself
(object pronoun) The people spoken, or written to, as an object.
(reflexive pronoun) Your own self (singular).Be careful with that fire or you'll burn yourself.
(To) yourselves, (to) yourself.
You (singular); used emphatically, especially to indicate exclusiveness of the referent's participation in the predicate, i.e., that no one else is involved.You yourself know that what you wrote was wrong.After a good night's sleep you'll feel like yourself again.
(object pronoun) The person spoken to or written to, as an object. (Replacing thee; originally as a mark of respect.)
(subject pronoun) The people spoken to or written to, as a subject. (Replacing ye.)Both of you should get ready now.You are all supposed to do as I tell you.
(subject pronoun) The person spoken to or written to, as a subject. (Originally as a mark of respect.)
(indefinite personal pronoun) Anyone, one; an unspecified individual or group of individuals (as subject or object).
The individual or group spoken or written to.Have you gentlemen come to see the lady who fell backwards off a bus?
Used before epithets for emphasis.You idiot!
(transitive) To address (a person) using the pronoun you, rather than thou, especially historically when you was more formal.