(Totally off-topic) There are regional dialects which make the distinction at least in part. For example, the American South offers us the term "y'all", which is universally used (among those who use it) as a second-person plural. Although I'm not from the South, I find the term useful enough that I occasionally drop it into informal speech or writing. Unfortunately, I don't know of any equivalent that is unambiguously singular.
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