"You are a dove and I am a dove."
Translation:את יונה ואני יונה.
ATA = אתה = you (male, single)
AT = את = you (female, single)
BTW: Yona is the biblical name "Jonah". Kind of out dated now for first name, but it can be used as first name for males and females.
BTW 2: Words that ends with א come from Aramaic (אבא, אמא, סבא, סבתא) or follow Aramaic form, while the Hebrew form ends with ה (box = קופסא/קופסה, query = שאילתא/שאילתה, armchair = כורסא/כורסה, exaggeration = גוזמא/גוזמה etc). This is not the case with את/אתה, that word does not follow Aramaic form. The word אתא exists in Aramaic, but the meaning is "Came", but this is for course "Aramaic for English speakers" ;-)