With macrons (cf. Wiktionary):
Tū es vir.
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Shouldn't it be just "vir es"? The personal pronouns were not used that much in Latin.
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Is 'tu vir es' acceptable??
It's acceptable. But since "esse/to be" is a verb of state, it's more common for the syntax to be subject verb complement in this case, rather than the usual subject object verb.
Isn't "sum" "a"?
Latin has no articles. "Sum" is the verb "esse/to be".
Shouldn't 'Tu es homo.' be accepted?
I'm pretty sure "homo" means man as in humanity.
Yes, but isn't that a possible meaning of the English?
No. We would say "You are a human". "Man" as in "mankind" is a collective noun. You can't say "You are a mankind".
What is the difference between tu and ego?
I am - ego sum
you (s) are - tu es
he/she/it - is/ea/id est
we are - nos sumus
you (pl) are - vos estis
they are - ei (m)/eae (f)/ea (n) sunt
"Tu" is You, and "Ego" is "I". In spanish we have the word "Egocentrista", this word comes from the latin, and it means selfish.