"Do you see a truck?"
Translation:אתה רואה משאית?
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Yes, in English the pronoun "you" doesn't indicate either gender or number. When typing an answer, any of the 4 gender/number translations of "you" should be accepted.
Choosing singular (רואה), we still need a pronoun to distinguish between "masculine you" (אתה) and "feminine you" (את).
Choosing a plural conjugation, which does identify the gender, we still need a pronoun to specify that it's "you" (rather than "we" or "they"):
אתם רואים or אתן רואות