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what does tu mean

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You'd be better off using the dictionary, that'd push you to learn more, try it.

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Wait wait wait.

As Rey wrote

Tu (without accent) = your - ¿Dónde está tu libro? Where is your book?

Tú (with an accent) = you - ¡Tú eres genial! You're great!

Note: Tú is a subject pronoun, and can usually be omitted since it will be tied into the conjugation and usually clear.

Ser forms:

Yo - Soy

Tú - Eres

él/ella/usted - Es

etc.

Te = object pronoun - ¿Te gusta el béisbol? Do you like baseball? or Is baseball pleasing to you?

Just go to the site I left you.

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  • May 15, 2012
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This is the place to go for unit by unit introductions to the Spanish language. Then you can intermediately visit this site to test out what you've learned. Especially when the chat is back running. Buena suerta. (of course the grammar guides on this site are great also for furthering what you learn.)

  • May 14, 2012
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tu - your

tú- you

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Tu means your. For example, a conjugation of tu would be: ¿Te gusta montar a Caballo? means "Do you like to ride horses?"

  • Henrietta, I think that one should be ' te' . - annierats May 15, 2012
  • And tu doesn't mean you it means your, see sinsonte's post for a full explanation. - kenwilliams May 15, 2012
  • Ya. Blame my spelling. - 0066cfd7 May 25, 2012
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Tu eres bienvenido al foro.

( This tu is not necessary, I've put it in to demonstrate the meaning).