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In English you is used as subject and object personal pronoun but in French we use different words accordingly. Tu is always subject: Tu parles. Où vas-tu ? Que manges-tu ? Te is always object: Direct object: Je te vois. Je t'aime. (note the elision in front of the vowel) Te plaît-il ? Or indirect object: Je te donne un livre. ...
I am french so I hope my English won't be bad. Well, in french "toi" is used when you refer directly to the person you are talking to, whereas "tu" is always followed by a verb. Voilà!
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