Odds and Ends
English has no second person plural, so a number of regional
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It used to be. Plural oblique.
First person singular: I see him. He sees me. This is for me.
Second person singular: Thou seest him. He sees thee. This is for thee.
first person plural: We see him. He sees us. This is for us.
Second person plural: Ye see him. He sees you. This is for you.
What is happened in English is equivalent to dropping "I", "me" and "we", and using "us" instead in all cases.