i'm not alone... i live with my cats!!
There are so many deleted messages in this discussion, LOL :P
with "seulES", is this a plural, feminine "you"?
yes, that's right
If vous is intended to be plural then they could not be alone. The sentence only makes any sense if vous is used as singular formal so vous vivez seul should be an acceptable translation
Vous could be used plural here and mean alone. You put two people in a booth. If you do not add more people, the couple is in there alone.
If I am with someone I am not alone!
Like I said, not necessarily. Think about the phrase "The couple wants some time alone." Clearly two people can be alone. It all depends on context.
I give up---sometimes they use "seule" with vous and sometime "seules"
remember: "vous" can be 1 person (seule) or more (seules).
"Vous vivez seul." is correct when speaking to one person in the formal mode. (le vousvoiement).
le vouvoiement or le voussoiement