"You say "thank you"."
Wouldn't the Hebrew here be translated better as "one says 'thank you'"? Shouldn't ”אתה אומר ”תודה have been offered as a choice?
That is already an acceptable choice. And "one says 'thank you'" is also already an option, but it's not the best one, because it's stilted and slightly archaic.
Speak(s) - מדבר
Say(s) - אומר
Are you a native English speaker or do I need to explain the difference between those two words?