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This type of "you" is called generic you. As you have guessed, how to express generic you depends on the language. In Japanese, it's often best not to specify a subject at all. 人 is a word that can be used to explicitly refer to generic you. あなた/そなた almost never appears in traditional Japanese sayings, but it may be understood in a translated ...


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