"You are a lion."
Translation:Tu es un lion.
Yes and no, Bailey. Well done, by the way for getting your conjugations correct. Have a lingot. "TU" is usually used in informal singular situations like friend, to a child, whereas "VOUS" is used for formal situations like to folk you dont know, your superior/boss or for "You" in plural. "TU" is Never used in plural.
Well, what you've written is "You is a tiger". Good for Porgy and Bess but not for correct English/French. If your task was an audio one you will have maybe thought you heard "Est"=is but in fact you heard "Es"=are. Difficult to make out without much practice but the liaison of Est is the T but the liaison of Es is the S. If the sentence was "Tu ET une tigre"=You and a tiger, there would be no liaison. To the trained ear, which ours will become, they are clear differences which give the sentence sense.