Datapoint Aboriginal English/Forms or phrases for the second person plural pronoun other than you

Variety: Aboriginal English
Feature: Forms or phrases for the second person plural pronoun other than you
Value: A - feature is pervasive or obligatory
Informants: Ian Malcolm

Examples

Example 3827:
Hey yas all home, are yas?
Hey, are you home?'

Source: Malcolm, Ian and Königsberg, Patricia and Collard, Glenys and Hill, Alison and Grote, Ellen and Sharifian, Farzad and Kickett, Angela and Sahanna, Eva 2002: 39

Example 3828:
Do youse...want to come to the pools?
Do you [people] want to come to the pools?'

Source: Malcolm, Ian G. and Haig, Yvonne and Königsberg, Patricia and Rochecouste, Judith and Collard, Glenys and Hill, Alison and Cahill, Rosemary 1999: 49

Example 3829:
Yupala shut up first
You shut up first'

Source: Kaldor, Susan and Malcom, Ian G. 1979: 423

Example 3830:
Youfella bin bring dem cake
You brought the cakes'

Source: Kaldor, Susan and Malcom, Ian G. 1979: 423