1(singular)u-You sing well, Joe — Ucula kamnandi, Joe
2(plural)ni-You're all talking too much! — Nithetha kakhulu, nonke!
3(singular)-ku-I see you, Sophie — Ndiyakubona, Sophie
4(plural)-ni-I see you all — Ndiyanibona nonke
5(singular)wenaWho do we want? You, Max! — Sifuna bani? Wena, Max!
6(plural)ninaYou, please all come here — Nina, yizani apha nonke
When 'you' is the subject of the sentence, it is usually expressed by the subject concord (SC) in isiXhosa. When 'you' is the object of the sentence, it is usually expressed by the object concord (OC). The absolute pronouns 'wena' and 'nina' are also used, especially to show contrast or emphasis.