In French, when you speak to someone, how do you translate "you"? "tu" or "vous"?
Here is a schema to help you 🙂
@F1RUM that often pops up in r/French and r/languagelearning it's a fun little graph, which does teach you about etiquette en français
@besserwisser sometime, I think they are right to have an easier language. Time that French children spend to learn all subtleties of our language instead of learning really useful things 😕
@F1RUM looks pretty intuitive to me. Very similar to "ty" vs "Pan" in Polish. I suspect German "du" vs "Sie" follows a similar pattern as well.
I wonder if English "thou" vs "you" would follow similar pattern if "thou" survived to our times.
@F1RUM I always use “tu” if it’s the second+ time we are taking... 😄
Whoever is offended, not my fault that they cant get a time machine 😅😂
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