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--- In [log in to unmask], Kelvin Jackson <kechpaja@...> wrote:
>
> >  "Your honor has not yet seen this evidence" (3rd singular) not  
> > "Your honor have not yet seen..." (2nd plural).
> 
> In this example, I would probably say something like "Your honor, you  
> have not seen the evidence," with the title as a separate vocative.  
> Of course, I don't spend much time talking to judges. The same goes  
> for other similar titles.
>
That may work for judges, but wouldn't work for royalty.
*Your majesty, do you want another glass of wine?

DOES your majesty want another glass of wine?

Charles