"You are rich."
I believe all three of these above are correct, present tense of the verb ser. In addition "Vosotros sois..." 2nd person plural of ser is correct. In English all mean "You are..." Native Spanish speakers please correct me. : ) Please go here to see the conjugation of ser: http://www.wordreference.com/conj/ESverbs.aspx?v=ser
Tú sos is invalid.
Vos sos is a valid conjugation.
Voseo is a dialect of the Southern Cone, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Chiapas, MX.
vos sos = you are
I am supposed to translate: "You are rich". I translated to "(tú) eres rico". Seems to be wrong. The answer is supposed to be "es rico" I understand that this could be a formal sentence (ud), but how am supposed to know that from the english "You are rich" ? maybe a clearer sentence or abbreviation telling us whether to be formal or informal could help.
Do not strive or labor yourself too much for wealth... You're already rich. Be content with what you have. If you need something, you can get it, just be patient and do your best.
If all you do is strive or pray or beg to become rich, you'll be disappointed 99.9% of the time. Most people don't become "rich" as we've come to know it, and even when they do, they usually flounder, which is sad. If you have everything you need, you can't lose much. If you have more than you could ever desire, you can lose a lot. Money and fame cannot buy happiness, only God, a good family and a peaceful contented life can do that.
Learn to enjoy life right where you are and not "when this" or "when I get that" happens... It may never happen. Just thought I'd share that. Learn to laugh more, enjoy the little things, don't be wasteful, and be kind.
Ok, idk german but hope this helps: Ser is used for identity characteristics. Estar is used for conditions and states of being. Permanent vs temporary is an oversimplification and being rich is categorized as an identity characteristic. Apparently if you say "estás rico" it switches to the other meaning so you would be saying "you are tasty".
'Rico' and 'rica' can both mean rich: one is masculine, if you're talking to a guy, the other is feminine. As far as I'm aware, 'ricas' can also mean rich, if you're talking about a group of girls. Possibly in the matchup it had 'rico' for rich, as that is the most basic form of the word, and 'ricas' for wonderful. But I agree, it is ambiguous, report it if it happens again.