You (singular, informal) are
Tu is a spanish word meaning you singular, informal. Amity is an English word meaning friendship.
¿Y usted / ustedes / tú / vosotros (as)?"and you" translates to "y tu"Attention:Tu --- your (informal singular, possesive)Tú --- you (informal singular, personal pronoun)
tu (singular) (to children and dear ones) Vd = usted = vuestra Mercedes (singular and plural) (formal)
Tu (informal singular) Usted (formal singular) Vosotros/as (informal plural, male/female) Ustedes (formal, plural)
If you mean 'you': tu (informal, singular); usted (formal, singular) vosotros/as (informal, plural); ustedes (formal, plural)
"You're bad" is an English equivalent of the Spanish phrase Â¡Tu eres malo!Specifically, the personal pronoun tu means "(informal singular) you." The verb eres means "(informal singular you) are." The masculine adjective malo means "bad."The pronunciation will be "too EH-rehs MAH-loh" in Spanish.
Usted(es) es/son (formal, singular/plural)) Tu eres (informal, singular) Vosotros sois (informal, plural)
Usted and ustedes are the formal singular and plural, respectively, versions of "you"; tu and vosotros are the familiar singular and plural versions respectively.
Tu as is singular is French. The plural French form is Vous Ãªtes.
tu (singular) (accent on the 'u') vosotros/as (plural; male or mixed gender/female)
shirt = camisa you = tu/usted/vosotros/ustedes (singular/plural informal/formal)
Tu means you (singular and informal)
y tu (to friend) y ustedes (formal) and plural as in "you all" y usted (formal and singular)
(tu) eres tan sofisticado/a (informal singular 'you'; male/female) usted es tan sofisticado/a (formal singular 'you'; male/female)
Chicas/muchachas como vosotras/tu (informal plural/singular) Chichas/muchachas como ustedes/usted (formal plural/singular)
"You are great!" is a literal English equivalent of the Spanish phrase ¡Tu eres grande! The pronunciation of the exclamation in the second person informal singular of the present indicative will be "too air-ess GRAN-dey" in Spanish.
Eux means 'them'. "Tu" is the informal and singular 'you'.
You. There is no singular or plural for "you" in English. It's just you for both singular (tu) and plural (vous).
you go/you are going (singular) - it should be - tu vas
Se va a casa (where 'you' = 'one') Vaya tu a casa (imperative: YOU go home!) Tu vas/usted va a casa (Singular, informal/formal) simple statement
[Tu] no eres español. In the spanish language, you dont tend to say the ' tu'
'tu' means 'you'
"You like..." is an English equivalent of the incomplete Spanish phrase Tu quieres... . The phrase may be said to a family member, friend or peer since the second person informal singular is used. The pronunciation will be "too KYEH-res" in Uruguayan Spanish.
'You' can be (singular) 'tu' or 'usted' (plural) 'vosotros/as' or 'ustedes' The first and third examples are informal; second and fourth, formal. Their corresponding possessives ('your') are: 'tu' (singular) 'tus' (plural) 'su' (singular) 'sus' (plural) 'vuestro/a' (singular, male/female) 'vuestros/as' (plural, male/female) 'su' (singular) 'sus' (plural) NB that the singular and plural, male/female, relate to the relevant noun. If you mean (erroneously) 'you're' = 'you are', I suggest you ask the question again