Different ways to say YOU (ты, вы, ВЫ)
I just started learning Russian. What is the difference between ty, vy and Vy? They are all translated as you to English.
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elvira | 0 points - almost 2 years ago
Ты is for friends, family, etc (one person), вы is either a polite form when talking to a stranger (in a shop, café, etc) or a plural in general, when you address many peopleVote Up Vote Down
ambrose | 0 points - almost 2 years ago
It’s similar to German actually: ты – du, вы – sie, Вы – Sie.Vote Up Vote Down