As a resident of the Commonwealth of Kentucky (and a former jujutsu-ka
- but do any of us ever retire?
) I believe I have standing to answer Mike:
Northern American English lacks a precise delineation between the second person singular and second person plural.
Southern American English does not.
Second person singular=you.
Second person plural=y'all.
And I find it fascinating that the Spell Checker recognized 'y'all" as a word....
Y'all train hard and stay safe, y'hear?