"You are a tiger."
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It's also correct, but as GYi87 wrote: "Ty" is not necessary. In fact, it's mostly used to stress the pronoun, to emphasize it, so it wouldn't really be used in a neutral sentence. "Ty jesteś tygrysem" is more like "YOU are a tiger" or "You, on the other hand, are a tiger".
We are currently rethinking the way that this course deals with teaching subject pronouns, because we think that too many of our sentences use them.