I have to write a paragraph or a poem asking a greek god for help for english class but i can't remember what thy, thou, or thee mean... three simple shakespeare words that confuse me. i've searched old english translations on the internet but nothing good comes up.
does anybody know any websites or know what they mean??
"thou" is the second person singular pronoun "you" (subjective/predicate noun form).
"thee" is the objective form (direct/indirect/prepositional object).
"thy" is the possessive form (like "your").
Hope that helps!
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