Difference between "Tú" (with accent mark) and "Tu" (without accent mark) in Spanish
Tú (with accent mark)
- "Tú" is a subject pronoun (singular second person) used for informal treatment. It means "you" in English.
Tú no sabes nada de este asunto.
(You don't know anything about this issue.)
Tú siempre adivinas mis pensamientos.
(You always guess my thoughts.)
Tu (without accent mark)
- Possessive adjective (it goes always before a noun). In English: "your".
- It's used for informal treatment.
Encontré tu llave de la casa en la entrada del garaje.
(I found your house key in the driveway.)
Tu cariño significa mucho para mí.
(Your affection means a lot to me.)
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