Um okay. I only selected "Tu (with the accent) corres" as an answer but I got dinged because I didn't also select "Tu corres (without the accent". But without the accent, Tu does not mean "you", it means "yours". Or so I thought...
And tú should take the accent if it is personal pronoun always.
I agree, I had the same concern. I think it's an error. Multiple choice question, and tú corres wasn't one of the options.
There is only one answer: Tú corres. Tu corre is accepted because some people don't want to be penalized for not typing in the accent mark. This is a good example of why accent marks should be consider a part of the correct spelling. Tu = your, but you can't translate as ''your run'' because correr is a verb. To say your run: Tu carrera or Su carrera.
Yeah "Ustedes" = "you all" = "you" (plural) = or as I would say it in Texas "y'all". "Usted" = you(singular and formal[formal as in you do not know them, or deserving to be addressed more formally I gather])
In English it is acceptable to say "you" or "you all" as the plural--so ustedes and usted are both correct translations of "you."
I also selected only "Tu(with accent) corres" but was told that "Tu(without accent) corres" was another option. According to everything I've learned, that's not true??? Tu without the accent means "your ... whatever" ... not "You run".???
I haven't been taught "tu estas corriendo" so why on earth would I know to select that?
Oh wtf... I haven´t done whatever tense "Están corriendo" is and not only do i lose a heart but it doesn't tell mean what it means! So... anyone?