Is “you” a pronoun?

Yes, you is a personal pronoun. Specifically, it’s a second-person pronoun that can be either singular or plural and is used as both the subject and object pronoun. It’s used to address someone directly in speech or writing.

Other personal pronouns include first-person pronouns like “I” (used to refer to yourself) and third-person pronouns such as “she” and “it” (used to refer to other people and things). There are also other kinds of pronouns, such as the demonstrative pronouns.