"He eats bread."
Translation:Él come pan.
Nope, "comes" also means you eat (in the present tense) Tú comes = You (informal) eat Usted come = You (formal) eat
So with the "usted" word next word changes from "comes" to "come".. Ryt And "eres" to "es"
"Comes" can only be used with the pronoun "tú". The correct conjugation of "comer" for "él" is "come".
"Comes" is not plural, but rather the form you use with the pronoun "tú" (you). Tú comes pan = You eat bread
Do articles in Spanish follow the same logic as in English? As in, bread (not countable) = pan, the bread = el pan, a bread (uh... like a piece of bread or a portion of bread, maybe?) = un pan? Or are there partitive articles like in French?
My concern is the accent mark on a capital El. No accent marks are necessary on a capital letter, only on lowercase letters.