"You eat breakfast."
Translation:Dere spiser frokost.
Frokost sounds a lot like "fructose", a fruit sugar and fruit for breakfast is not unusual. To me, an easy connection. 23Aug15
to me, I'm brazilian, how would I know the difference between du and dere plural when there's just you in english to plural and singular ? could you understand ?
du = você
dere = vocês
In different regions of the English-speaking world, people use different plural you's (y'all, you guys, you lot, youse, yinz &c), but the only official forms are "you" and possibly "you all". It's inconvenient at times, but usually you can tell if it's singular or plural based on context.
Because "you" is the subject of the sentence, and "deg" is an object pronoun.
I know you mentioned it in another comment but can you explain why its not "Du"?