isn´t it right to say usted cocinas? Because its you- and you needs an s in the end?
Usted is considered to be you. But it is also in the same endings as he, she, it. There's yo, tu, ud/el/ella, nosotros, vosotros, and uds/ellos/ellas. (sorry about not having accent marks)
usted is different and doesn't need s,but tú needs s
cocina = cook and kitchen?? Am I the only one getting a little turned around?
After all, this could result in "usted cocina en mi cocina" could it not?
I also thought it was "Your kitchen". Kind of confusing
Cocino & cocina kitchen &cook
I definatly did not learn that Usted was "you.." where is it used like that?