You or Ewe?
Exemple : ‘’Would you like to come with me?’’
The words "you" and "ewe" are homonyms and this can cause confusion. They have completely different meanings however. The word "you" is used as a pronoun to denote the second person singular form or more generally to denote people in general.
Exemple : ‘’We saw a ewe when we were driving along the road.’’
"Ewe" is the word given to a female sheep. It is also important to note that due to the way in which it is pronounced it is usually preceded by "a" rather than "an" despite the fact that it begins with a vowel.