"You wear shirts."
Translation:Jij draagt hemden.
You have to change the verb depending on who or what you're speaking about. Many verbs change their form according to a rule. These are known as regular verbs.
For example: HELPEN (to help)
Ik help Jij helpt U helpt Hij/Zij/Het helpt Wij helpen Jullie helpen (plural, informal) U helpt (plural, formal) Zij helpen (they help)
So, conjugating the verb DRAGEN (to wear) would look like:
(Following the same pattern/rule as helpen)
Ik draag Jij draagt U draagt Hij/Zij/Het draagt Wij dragen Jullie dragen U draagt Zij dragen
I hope this was helpful!
You wear shirts can be: Jij draagt overhemden U draagt overhemden Jullie dragen overhemden (For me as a speaker of British English shirts are overhemden and vests are hemden.) Unfortunately there are two forms for the: de and het, which you will just have to learn off by heart.