Do "Who you are?" and "Who are you?" sound different?
"Who you are" and "Who are you" typically have different meanings. "Who you are" is usually a statement that refers to qualities someone has. "Who you are" is typically used as a statement, not a question like it is here. "Who are you?" is a question asking someone to identify themselves. In this context, it would be better to say "Who are you?" rather than "Who you are?" because it is more grammatically correct. Ex: Your kindness and generosity make you who you are. (This is an example of how "who you are" is typically used) Ex: A: Who are you? B: I am a new employee here.