Why can't this be "vous lis"?
The conjugation of verbs with "vous" is similar, whether you refer to one person (polite) or several persons (plural): "vous lisez".
Why can't you just say "lis"? I thought the "you" was implicit.
Personal pronouns are not implicit other that at the imperative form: "lis !" or "lisez !" are imperatives (for tu and vous, respectively)
Why not vous?? Why does it have to be tu??
What is the difference between 'lis' and 'lisent'?
Je lis, tu lis, il/elle/on lit, nous lisons, vous lisez, ils/elles lisent
Do you pronounce the 's' at the end of lis?