English to Hebrew translation help.
I've been trying to translate the phrase "You are not alone" from English to Hebrew and I'm confused as I have two different answers. The first is ״את לא לבד״ (aht-lo-levad [I believe]). Which I've read online, but whenever I put the English into translate I always get ״אתם לא לבד״ and when I tried to get a spoken translation it said "atem-lo-levad" (you're not alone[?]). But I'm looking for "Aht-lo-levad" What's the difference between the two? What are the translations and pronunciations. And most importantly: Which is the one I'm looking for? Thank you! Also, any helpful comments on anything would be super!
Both translations are correct. "YOU" translates to both YOU (Single) - אתה or את, depending on gender of the subject, and YOU (Plural) - אתם or אתן, depending on gender of the subject. Pronunciations is also similar - את (you single female) is "aht" as you mentioned, and אתם (you plural males) is "ahtem".