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Is there more than one way to say ‘you’? When do I use each one?

Yes, there are two ways of saying ‘you’- tu and vous. Tu is used in much more familiar and informal situations whereas vous is more polite and formal. For example, if you were talking to a friend you would use tu but if you were talking to the head of your school you would use vous.

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