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In English Spelling and Pronunciation

How do you spell you?

"You" and "ewe" are sound-alike words. "You" is the second-person pronoun (singular or plural). "Ewe" is an animal, a female sheep.
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How do you spell by?

The words by , buy , and bye (shortened from goodbye) are sound-alike words. Example sentences: The housewife went by the accident scene on the way to the store. T (MORE)
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How do you spell and you?

a-n-d (space) y-o-u. If you meant to ask how to spell "and you" in a language other than English, you need to put the name of the language in your question.
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How do you spell where?

The correct spelling of the location is WHERE. This is often misspelled as the word WERE, a past tense of "to be" (was, were). The words that sound like where are wear (MORE)
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How do you spell his?

That is the correct spelling of "his," (the possessive personal pronoun, singular, for a male or unspecified gender).
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How do you spell on?

The preposition is spelled "on" (atop, or referring to, or not off). The numeral 1 is spelled "one."
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How do you spell am?

The first person, present tense of to be is "am" (e.g. I am). The acronym for clock time is also AM, spelled out as "ante meridian" (before noon).
In English Spelling and Pronunciation

How do you spell I am?

The first person singular, present tense of to be is I am and the contraction is I'm . The similar proper noun, a male given name, is Ian.
In English Spelling and Pronunciation

How do you spell my?

That is the correct spelling for the possessive pronoun "my" (one version of the first person singular, along with mine ).