I'm SO tired as I'm doing my lessons (but love doing them so much it's hard to stop!) that this sentence confused me LOL. I had to take time before answering as the sentence made no sense to me haha. "I swim, you nothing, him nothing" (at first glance "nada" might be "nothing". So don't be in a hurry to answer! lol
yes i totally agree Alice, i was like huh, but i somewhat understand now
it is tu' nadas, for informal you.. nada = he swims, she swims, it swims, you (formal) swim
informal: tú nadas (or vos nadás in Rio de la Plata) // formal: usted nada (usted usually uses the same conjugation than él/ella)
"Nada" both means "nothing" and the 3rd person singular of the verb "To swim": Nadar, which is "él/ella nada = He/she swims, and also the polite way: Usted nada (you swim).
Because in the language it depends of the context. Your language has many words that do it, two possible meanings... ^_^
Because in that language the verbs don't GENERALLY change, in the third person.
Both mean “you” (singular), but “usted” is formal. You might use “usted” when you are talking with your boss, or an older person that you want to be polite to. “Usted nada.”
“Tú” is informal. You use it to speak to friends and family. “Tu nadas.”
Some regions expect you to speak more formally than others.
the word "you" wasn't there in the box,then how m i supposed to give the correct answer?