The prototypical meaning of the second-person singular tú (‘you’) consists of indexing a singular interlocutor or addressee, as in example (1).
(1) Tú tienes una casa muy bonita
‘You have a very beautiful house’
Besides this use, the second-person singular can also move towards a reference which does not index the interlocutor or addressee; hence, it can be interpreted as referentially non-deictic. In (2), the meaning of the verbal ending –es in tienes ‘[you] have’ and the personal object te ‘to you’ involves a kind of non-specific referent that includes the speaker.
(2) Cuando tienes una casa muy bonita, te gusta que la visiten
‘When you have a …