tu y yo viajan a hawii
what does tu y yo viajan a hawii mean
Tú y yo viajamos a Hawaii
It has two possible translations:
- You and I travel to Hawaii
- You and I travelled to Hawaii
Remember the "amos" ending is the same for the present and preterite.
Your question, "what does tu y yo viajan a Hawaii" mean" -- means you and I travel to Hawaii. However, if you are talking about future travel and not the present viajaremos should be stated, "tu y yo viajaremos a Hawaii" (You and I will travel to Hawaii)
There's a few edits needed in this sentence, foremost. Check my rewrite:
Tu y yo viajamos a Hawaii - which simply means, "You and I travel to Hawaii"
It should have the verb ending for nosotros since it is using "tu y yo." Is that what is really written?