In English, there is only one-second person singular pronoun, you. Everyone is considered a "you". However, in another language, like French, there are two; tu and vous. Tu is for your friends or to be informal whereas vous is giving respect or talking to an elderly. This small difference confuses many English speakers when they try to learn French. Other languages have more than two that require you to know the relationship and the tone of the conversation. This forces people to shape their thoughts, in a way English speakers are not required to do so. These differences force cultural ideals that already exist ("Language"). English suggests everyone is equal, at least in terms of pronouns. Every person speaks their own language a little differently, which means everyone thinks differently, can influence us to think about the world a different way but does not imprison us.